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Sequence Tagged Sites

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Sequence Tagged Sites by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Genomics.


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    1. ...sequenced-tagged sites.
    2. ...restriction fragment length polymorphisms.
    3. ...shotgun sequencing.
    4. ...consensus sequencing.
    5. ...clone by clone sequencing.
    1. STSs provide stability to the physical structure of the Taq polymerase enzyme at high-temperature conditions of the PCR.
    2. A sequence-tagged site is composed of a short DNA sequence of 200-500 bp which occurs for a single time in the genome.
    3. Specific primers are used in a polymerase chain reaction to locating the STSs.
    4. STSs serve as landmarks in the development of physical maps of a genome.
    5. STSs are used for the detection of microdeletions in Azoospermia (AZF) genes in infertile men.

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     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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    By John D. on 25. September 2018 for Sequence Tagged Sites

    She talks too fast. Additionally, she reads from her notes too much, strikes me as someone who does not have a firm grasp on what she is teaching.