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Question: The figure shows a sequencing gel. (3 points) Figure 3.25 Autoradiograph of a sequencing gel (sim…


The figure shows a sequencing gel. (3 points) Figure 3.25 Autoradiograph of a sequencing gel (simulated). The shortest fragment travels the farthest. In this diagram, the direction of travel is down the page. A) What is the sequence of this fragment? B) Can you see any self-complementary regions in this fragment (from A) that might form hairpin loops? C) On the basis of your answer to part B, would you guess this region encodes RNA or protein?

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The figure shows a sequencing gel. (3 points) Figure 3.25 Autoradiograph of a sequencing gel (simulated). The shortest fragment travels the farthest. In this diagram, the direction of travel is down the page. A) What is the sequence of this fragment? B) Can you see any self-complementary regions in this fragment (from A) that might form hairpin loops? C) On the basis of your answer to part B, would you guess this region encodes RNA or protein?

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