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Biology: Plasmid

  1. Apr 20, 2009 #1
    Hi everyone,
    I'm fairly familiar with the basic processes of plasmid conjugation. But I was asked a question on this small test concerning the location of a gene and determing the location by seperating mixtures at different times. The longer the time, the 'further' along the gene, since the process is inhibited by the seperation. However, I got the question wrong :(.
    Unfortunately, I can't remember the question! So instaed, I tried looking for some worked examples on the internet, but to no avail. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Iv'e tried typing in different things into a search engine but it hasn't yielded any good finds, I'll keep looking, but if anyone can offer anything good, it would be much appreciated, I don;t know if I'm even typing in the right thing! :)
    Thanks in advance!
    Nobahar
     
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