How do we know that everybody's DNA fingerprint is unique? I know, I know, everybody's DNA is unique. But when we do DNA fingerprinting, we're looking at very specific regions of high variability. ...
I do not understand how to solve this question. I know that RNAse will cut smaller pieces of RNA. The answer given is A
Leena is a molecular biology student. She purifies two fragments of DNA, 800 and 300 base pairs long. These were obtained from a plasmid after digesting it with HindIII. Each of these fragments has a ...