12 thoughts on “C78 – Cornelius

    1. A hypothetical protein is a protein that has an unknown function. Thus, more research is needed to better understand the protein.

  1. Maggie, this was a very informative presentation, great job. You mentioned that the lines were fainter than expected. This could just be DNA damage, but do you think there could be any other reasons because there wasn’t much smearing that I could see and do you think this could be a notable observation?

    1. Since the bands represent the abundance of DNA, the faint bands that are seen are likely due to DNA damage. Another possibility could be that there wasn’t a lot of DNA added in the gel.

  2. Maggie, that was a very informative presentation, good job. You mentioned the lines were fainter than expected and may be due to DNA damage. Since there isn’t much smearing that I can see, could if be possible this indicates something else or could be informative?

  3. Maggie, this was a very informative presentation, great job. You mentioned the lines were fainter than expected and most likely due to DNA degradation. I couldn’t see much smearing, so could this possibly be due to something else or be informative for your research?

  4. I apologize for all the comments, it kept appearing as though I hadn’t commented even after refreshing.

  5. You said that Cory was involved in the DNA repair pathway, what is the impact of this? Could it be manipulated to control DNA repair?

    1. Since Cory could be involved in the DNA repair pathway, it helps us better understand the mechanisms for DNA repair and the genes that are involved in repair. Knowledge of DNA repair can be applied to human diseases, such as cancer.

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