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Which of the following elements would your plasmid require to allow you to select for cells containing the plasmid using the antibiotic ampicillin? Check all that apply. A)The gene (including a functional promoter) for RNA polymerase B)The gene (without a functional promoter) for RNA polymerase C)The gene (including a functional promoter) for penicillin resistance D)The gene (without a functional promoter) for penicillin resistance E)The gene (including a functional promoter) for ampicillin resistance F)The gene (without a functional promoter) for ampicillin resistance

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which one makes sense to you?
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well, think a little.

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you need you plasmid to have ampicillin resistance, what does that mean?
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The gene (including a functional promoter) for ampicillin resistance :D
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no problem, although you did it by yourself.

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