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View Resource DNA Sequencing

Teachers' Domain presents this interactive, adapted from the Dolan DNA Learning Center, with reading material and animations to help students learn the basics of DNA sequencing. The lesson is divided two parts: Sanger Sequencing and Cycle Sequencing. The processes for both techniques are covered and animations help students visualize the material presented. On the site, visitors will also...

View Resource Nature Milestones

What were the most important advances in cutaneous biology of the past 100 years? The Nature Milestones website provides a detailed answer to that question, along with similar responses regarding light microscopy, cancer, and gene expression. All told there are ten special features on the site, and each feature includes an interactive timeline, scientific commentaries, and a selection of articles...

View Resource Gene Cloning

Teachers' Domain presents this interactive, adapted from the University of Nebraska's Library of Crop Technologies, with reading material and animations to help students learn the basics of gene cloning. Following an introduction, the lesson is divided two parts: Making a Recombinant Plasmid and Bacteria Transformation. On the site, visitors will also find a supplemental background essay,...

View Resource In Sickness and in Health: A Trip to the Genetic Counselor

This case study examines genetic diseases. Students will use the example given to understand the rules governing the inheritance of single gene dominant, recessive, and sex-linked disorders and be able to apply them to analyze simple genetics problems. It could be used in high school or undergraduate coursework. The case study and teaching notes may be downloaded in PDF format. The site also...

View Resource Genomics in Education

Created by Professor Sarah C.R. Elgin at Washington University, the Genome Sequencing Video Tour is "aimed at increasing the scientific literacy of biology students in the technology of genomic sequence." Here, visitors can watch the entire tour, which include segments featuring an exploration of current genomic research in a pathogenic bacteria and an animated explanation of the chemistry of...

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