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POLYMERASE-KETTENREAKTION EINE PRÄSENTATION VON CASSANDRA CZICHOCKI GLIEDERUNG Allgemeines Video zum Ablauf Denaturierung Hybridisierung ■ Polymerisation ▪ Anwendungen Vor- und Nachteile ■ Quellen 1011 101100114 11001101 &1910 11010110 001 TOT ALLGEMEINES ▪ Kary Mullis Erstpublikation 1985 Künstliches Verfahren zur Vervielfältigung von DNA Zur Erkennung von Erbkrankheiten und Virusinfektionen xyribonucleic acid us-Deoxyribonucleic acid.cg and help wi A) is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic of ructions used in the development and function known living organisms and some vises in role of DNA molecules is the long term mation. DNA is often compared to a se eprints or a recipe, or a code sancecours the ructions needed to construct other components of such as proteins and RNA molec The CNA ments that carry this genetic infocation are called es, but other DNA sequences have structural poses, or are involved in regulating the use of this etic information mically, DNA consists of two ng polymers of ple units called nucleotidesthckbones made ugars and phosphate groups ined by ester bonds se two strands run inopposm directions to each er and are therefore anti-parall Attached to each Xxx ar is one of four types of molecis called bases. Ith sequence of these four bases aloo the backb tencodes information. This informon is read g the genetic code which specifies amino acids within proteins. The codead by ying stretches of DNA into the related sequence of acid in a process called transcription hin cells, DNA is organized into long structures ed chromosomes. These chromosomes am licated before cells...

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divide, in a process called DNA lication. Eukaryotic organisms animals plants d protists) store most of their DNA inside the and p nucleus and some of their DNA in organwides, th nitochondria or chloroplasts.[1] In contrast, karyotes (bacteria and archaea) store their DNA only 91 nifoc he cytoplasm. Within the chromosome chroostin teins such as histones compact and organize DNA. se compact structures quide the eractions ween DNA and other proteins helping control ch parts of the DNA are transcribed 07LPESHOOT90KI with the S The ON ng tinits man that andf The THEO DNA Af of of ophale group and the rugar, with the in bond DNA exits in many possible conformations that include A-ONA, B-DNA and Z-DNA forms, although only B-DNA and 2-DNA have been directly observed in functional afganisms[10] The conformation that DNA adopts depends on the hydration level, DNA sequence, the amount and direction of supercoiling, chemical modification the bases, the type and concentration of metal ions well as the presence of polyamines in solution 1291 The first published reports of A-DNA X-ray diffraction patterns and also B-DNA used analyses based on Patterson transforms that provided only a limited amount of structural information for oriented fibers of ONA130131] An alternate analysis was then proposed by Wilkins et all in 1953, for the in vivo B-DNAX-ray diffraction/scattering patterns of highly hydrated DNA fibers in terms of squares of Bessel functions.[32] In the sahejournal. Watson and Crick presented their molecular modeling analysis of the DNA X-ray diffraction patterns to suggest that the structure was a deutle-helox[7] Ahhough the B-DNA form' is most common under the ditions found in cells is not a well-defined conformation but a familylated DNA conformations(34) that occur at the high hydration el present in living cells. Their corresponding X-ray daction and scattering patterns are characteristic of molecular paracrystals with a significant degree of disceder 1351361 Compared to B-DNA, the A-DNA form is a wider gd-handed spiral, with a shallow, wide minor groove da narrower, dieper major groove. The A form ccurs under non-physiological conditions in partially dehydrated samples of DNA, while in the cell it may be produced in hybrid pairings of DNA and RNA strands as well as in enzyme DNA complexes[37138) Segments of DNA where the bases have been ically modified by methylation may undergo a change in conformation and adopt the 2 form VIDEO ZUM ABLAUF STARK POLYMERASE-KETTENREAKTION (PCR) DENATURIERUNG I DNA auf 90 Grad erhitzt ■ Wasserstoffbrückenbindungen aufgelöst DNA in Einzelstränge aufgetrennt

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POLYMERASE-KETTENREAKTION EINE PRÄSENTATION VON CASSANDRA CZICHOCKI GLIEDERUNG Allgemeines Video zum Ablauf Denaturierung Hybridisierung ■ Polymerisation ▪ Anwendungen Vor- und Nachteile ■ Quellen 1011 101100114 11001101 &1910 11010110 001 TOT ALLGEMEINES ▪ Kary Mullis Erstpublikation 1985 Künstliches Verfahren zur Vervielfältigung von DNA Zur Erkennung von Erbkrankheiten und Virusinfektionen xyribonucleic acid us-Deoxyribonucleic acid.cg and help wi A) is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic of ructions used in the development and function known living organisms and some vises in role of DNA molecules is the long term mation. DNA is often compared to a se eprints or a recipe, or a code sancecours the ructions needed to construct other components of such as proteins and RNA molec The CNA ments that carry this genetic infocation are called es, but other DNA sequences have structural poses, or are involved in regulating the use of this etic information mically, DNA consists of two ng polymers of ple units called nucleotidesthckbones made ugars and phosphate groups ined by ester bonds se two strands run inopposm directions to each er and are therefore anti-parall Attached to each Xxx ar is one of four types of molecis called bases. Ith sequence of these four bases aloo the backb tencodes information. This informon is read g the genetic code which specifies amino acids within proteins. The codead by ying stretches of DNA into the related sequence of acid in a process called transcription hin cells, DNA is organized into long structures ed chromosomes. These chromosomes am licated before cells...

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divide, in a process called DNA lication. Eukaryotic organisms animals plants d protists) store most of their DNA inside the and p nucleus and some of their DNA in organwides, th nitochondria or chloroplasts.[1] In contrast, karyotes (bacteria and archaea) store their DNA only 91 nifoc he cytoplasm. Within the chromosome chroostin teins such as histones compact and organize DNA. se compact structures quide the eractions ween DNA and other proteins helping control ch parts of the DNA are transcribed 07LPESHOOT90KI with the S The ON ng tinits man that andf The THEO DNA Af of of ophale group and the rugar, with the in bond DNA exits in many possible conformations that include A-ONA, B-DNA and Z-DNA forms, although only B-DNA and 2-DNA have been directly observed in functional afganisms[10] The conformation that DNA adopts depends on the hydration level, DNA sequence, the amount and direction of supercoiling, chemical modification the bases, the type and concentration of metal ions well as the presence of polyamines in solution 1291 The first published reports of A-DNA X-ray diffraction patterns and also B-DNA used analyses based on Patterson transforms that provided only a limited amount of structural information for oriented fibers of ONA130131] An alternate analysis was then proposed by Wilkins et all in 1953, for the in vivo B-DNAX-ray diffraction/scattering patterns of highly hydrated DNA fibers in terms of squares of Bessel functions.[32] In the sahejournal. Watson and Crick presented their molecular modeling analysis of the DNA X-ray diffraction patterns to suggest that the structure was a deutle-helox[7] Ahhough the B-DNA form' is most common under the ditions found in cells is not a well-defined conformation but a familylated DNA conformations(34) that occur at the high hydration el present in living cells. Their corresponding X-ray daction and scattering patterns are characteristic of molecular paracrystals with a significant degree of disceder 1351361 Compared to B-DNA, the A-DNA form is a wider gd-handed spiral, with a shallow, wide minor groove da narrower, dieper major groove. The A form ccurs under non-physiological conditions in partially dehydrated samples of DNA, while in the cell it may be produced in hybrid pairings of DNA and RNA strands as well as in enzyme DNA complexes[37138) Segments of DNA where the bases have been ically modified by methylation may undergo a change in conformation and adopt the 2 form VIDEO ZUM ABLAUF STARK POLYMERASE-KETTENREAKTION (PCR) DENATURIERUNG I DNA auf 90 Grad erhitzt ■ Wasserstoffbrückenbindungen aufgelöst DNA in Einzelstränge aufgetrennt