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  shawn3387 - 11/06/06 01:51
 
  Southern blotting
a. Was developed in southern U.S.
b. Was named after E.M. Southern
c. Is not useful for detecting gross rearrangements of DNA
d. Cleaves DNA into large fragments
 
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  pashna23 - 11/06/06 01:53
 
  haha b?? do RFLP amount to gross rearrangements?  
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  shawn3387 - 11/06/06 01:59
 
  Pashna you are great !!!!
The answer is b. Southern blotting was
named after E.M. Southern. It is a technique for analyzing DNA where
DNA is cleaved into small fragments, fractionated by electrophoreses onto
agarose gels, and processed so that specific sequences can be identified.
Southern blotting can detect gross rearrangements in DNA and some point
mutations.
42 Pathophysiology
 
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  pashna23 - 11/06/06 02:03
 
  dont know about great but sometimes gotta know these great ppl na:))  
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  leschnyhan - 11/06/06 22:50
 
  Nothern Blot-->Why was it named as Nothern??  
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