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HBio DNA Tech

An organism’s complete set of DNA. genome
A combination of various fields of study working together to redesign or create new biological systems. Synthetic Biology
A study used to determine how many genes humans have and what each gene codes for. Human Genome Project
The deliberate alteration of the genes in an organism to obtain a desired characteristic. Genetic Engineering
Enzymes that cut DNA a specific site. restriction enzymes
An enzyme used to glue a desired gene from one organism into another’s DNA. DNA Ligase
Artificial DNA formed by combining segments of DNA from two different organisms. Recombinant DNA
A genetically modified organism (ex: a genetically altered cow that will produce a higher volume of milk). GMOs
A method for quickly making multiple copies of a specific segment of DNA. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
Comparing the patterns of DNA bands between different individuals. DNA Fingerprints
A method of separating DNA strands in a gel using an electrical field. gel electrophoresis
Process of creating cells, or a whole organism, that is genetically identical to a preexisting one. cloning
DNA Technology that allows scientists to easily find and then delete or edit a gene. CRISPR
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