Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering

Pt. 2 How Genes Are Engineered

Streaming Video - 2006
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How does cDNA differ from normal DNA? Can a bullet really implant genes? And why is a gene for bioluminescence so valuable to researchers? This program answers those and other questions as it introduces the process of genetic engineering. Dr. David Cove deftly explains how reverse transcriptase is used to isolate genes, how isolated genes are cloned, how cloned genes are delivered via benign virus or "DNA gun," and how the effects of delivered genes are tracked by reporter genes.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c2001
Alternative Title: How genes are engineered


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