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Application of Recombinant DNA Technology

Indiana University , Bloomington
June 9-13, 1997

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This summer, Indiana University will offer two short courses on recombinant DNA technology. Both courses will offer participants the opportunity to work on a sample of genomic DNA from their own research organism. The second course is:

Application of Recombinant DNA Technology: RFLP and Fingerprinting Analysis, RAPD Analysis, and DNA Sequencing (June 9-13)

This course will include

DNA sequencing
RAPD analysis of genomic DNA
Fingerprinting and RFLP analysis of genomic DNA
Electroporation of bacterial cells
Chemiluminescent detection of nucleic acids
Application of computers to DNA sequencing data analysis
Preparation of random fragment sequencing libraries and double-stranded
DNA for sequencing
Use of the BioNeb cell and biopolymer disruption system
DNA sequencing using an automatic DNA sequencer
Use of web sites for molecular biology

Registration :

For more information, Contact Jane Clay at Division of Continuing Studies, Owen Hall 204, Indiana University, Bloomington IN 47405 (812) 855-6329;

More details about the courses can be found at http://www.indiana.edu/~scs.dna.html.

Jane Clay
Associate Director
Division of Continuing Studies
Owen Hall 204
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: 812-855-6329 Fax: 812-855-8997

Deadline for Abstracts:

Email for Requests and Registration: JClay@Indiana.edu

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