• anonymous
Another mutation that is known to cause AKU changes the A/T base pair at location 49348 to a G/C base pair. The restriction enzyme NcoI recognizes the sequence 5’-CCATGG-‘3 and cuts between the A and the T. Suppose that you wanted to use a combination of PCR and digestion with NcoI to develop a test to determine if a person is a carrier for this AKU allele. First, you would design PCR primers to amplify the region of DNA that includes this mutation. i) To do this you design a 10 base DNA primer that is complementary to the DNA sequence at 49193 – 49202.What is the sequence of this DNA prim
  • Stacey Warren - Expert
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  • abb0t
G pairs with C, A pairs with T.
  • anonymous
What do you mean "G pairs with C, A pairs with T"??? where there is a G in the sequence 49193-49202 we should replace it with C????

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