from companies that mass produce them from the government by making them in their labs by exploiting ambitious graduate students 4 points only the top layer only the bottom layer

from companies that mass produce them from the government by making them in their labs by exploiting ambitious graduate   students 4 points only the top layer only the bottom layer a mixture of top and bottom layers none of the options listed 4 points vigorously shake the tissue sample in   the solvent so that it dissolves. spin the tissue/solvent mixture   around to separate the solids cause the mRNA to bind to the pellets dispose of biohazardous waste safely 3 points “mRNA sticks to the beads, while   rRNA and tRNA run right through the column” “tRNA sticks to the beads, while   mRNA and rRNA run right through the column” “rRNA and tRNA stick to the   beads, while mRNA runs right through the column” none of the options listed 4 points reverse transcriptase tyrosine hydroxylase alcohol dehydrogenase ATP kinase 4 points complementary DNA (abbreviated cDNA) copied DNA (abbreviated cDNA) mitochondrial DNA (abbreviated mtDNA) recombinant DNA (abbreviated rDNA) 3 points copies of DNA from one particular   gene copies of DNA from several different   genes with similar functions copies of DNA from several different   genes with different functions copies of mRNA from one or more genes 4 points The cDNA from the sample has stuck to   the DNA on the microarray at that point. The cDNA from the sample is jumbled   and cannot be trusted. The cDNA has been used to make an   mRNA copy You need to buy microarrays from   different manufacturers and triangulate the results 4 points cancerous; normal normal; cancerous normal; normal cancerous; cancerous 3 points genes expressed by both normal or   cancerous skin cells. genes that were not expressed at all   in either normal or cancerous skin cells “genes expressed by cancerous,   but not normal skin cells” “genes expressed by normal, but   not cancer skin cells. ” 4 points genes that are turned up by cancer genes that are turned down by cancer genes that are unaffected by cancer genes that aren t expressed in normal   or cancerous cells 4 points genes that are turned down by cancer genes that are turned up by cancer genes that are unaffected by cancer genes that aren t expressed in normal   or cancerous cells 3 points the turned up genes are likely   controlled by a gene that has gone bad all of these genes are genes that   have gone bad themselves even just one mutation in any of   these affected genes would have been sufficient to cause the disorder the cytoplasm has too many free   radicals in it 4 points “probably making protein, but a   protein expression analysis would be needed to know for sure” definitely making protein definitely not making protein probably making protein but there’s   no way to know for sure 4 points “may or may not be identified at   all, but the overall pattern of results can give important clues” can almost always be identified via   DNA microarray

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