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What are Telomeres and Telomerases?

Telomeres and Telomerases

A ribonucleoprotein known as telomerase, terminal transferase adds a repeat sequence of telomeres to the 3′ end of chromosomes, the length of which varies depending on species. In most eukaryotic organisms, the chromosomal ends are capped by a repeating sequence known as a telomere. Telomeres prevent DNA damage and chromosomal fusion at the chromosome’s end. … Read more

Eukaryotic DNA Replication – Definition, Steps, Singnification

Eukaryotic DNA Replication

What is Eukaryotic DNA Replication? Features of Eukaryotic DNA Replication Eukaryotic DNA replication exhibits several distinctive features that contribute to its complex nature and accuracy. Understanding these features is essential for comprehending the intricacies of eukaryotic DNA replication. Let’s explore the key characteristics of this process. What is DNA Polymerases? DNA polymerases play a crucial … Read more

cDNA Synthesis – Principle, Protocol 

cDNA Synthesis - Principle, Steps

What is cDNA?  A cDNA is a functional part of DNA made from an RNA molecule. It is created using a special enzyme called reverse transcriptase. cDNA sequences as complementary DNA is different from the genomic DNA sequence, which only contain coding DNA sequences. cDNAsynthesis is an important first step for many molecular applications. Next … Read more

Recombinant DNA Technology Steps, Application, Tools, and Limitations

Recombinant DNA Technology Steps, Application, Tools, and Limitations

What is Recombinant DNA Technology? The process of creating artificial DNA by the mixing of various genetic substances (DNA) from various sources is known as Recombinant DNA technology. This technology has become commonly described as genetic engineering. Recombinant DNA technology was first discovered from an investigation into restriction enzymes in years 1968, through Swiss microbiologist … Read more

Hybridization Probes definition, uses, Preparation, Types.

Hybridization Probes

Hybridization Probes Definition Hybridization probes are a small nucleotide sequence that is used for the detection of complementary sequences (DNA or RNA) in a nucleic acid sample. DNA Probes detects the complementary DNA with the help of a hybridization reaction. This is achieved by permitting the probes to base pair with the sample nucleic acid … Read more

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