Experimentation kits, conservation of genetic information

Supplier: G-Biosciences
BE-409EA 267 EUR
Experimentation kits, conservation of genetic information
Educational Materials Biology Educational Materials Biochemistry Learning Activities
In this lab activity, students learn to perform carefully controlled experiments to generate protein fragments using a proteolysis enzyme and then analyse the protein fragments by electrophoresis. By analysis of protein fragmentation patterns, i.e. protein fingerprints, students learn about protein sequence, structure, and their conservation. Students resolve a set of three functionally identical protein samples selected from throughout the animal kingdom; including human, bovine and sheep. After generating fingerprints by electrophoresis, students examine the protein fingerprint of each sample to determine the degree of conservation.

  • Manipulation of protein samples
  • The concept of protein sequence
  • Time course dependent experiments
  • Use of protein electrophoresis for problem solving tasks

Also required: Protein electrophoresis equipment, incubator, water bath or beaker and thermometer.

Delivery information: Supplied with components needed for hands-on experimentation for six workstations of 4 to 5 students or 24 to 30 students. Supplied with Teacher’s Guide and separate Student’s Guides.
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