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Bacteria Transformation

By Matthew Zelisko1, Kimberly Anderson

University of Houston

TeachEngineering resource in which students construct paper recombinant plasmids to simulate the methods genetic engineers use to create modified bacteria.

Listed in Teaching Materials | resource by group Opening the Pathway to Technician Careers: A Conference for Biology Teachers of Deaf Students

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Version 1.0 - published on 02 Dec 2019 doi:10.25334/1J75-A813 - cite this

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Students construct paper recombinant plasmids to simulate the methods genetic engineers use to create modified bacteria. They learn what role enzymes, DNA and genes play in the modification of organisms. For the particular model they work on, they isolate a mammal insulin gene and combine it with a bacteria's gene sequence (plasmid DNA) for production of the protein insulin.

All TeachEngineering material is subject to these Terms of Use. Copyright: © 2013 by Regents of the University of Colorado; original © 2013 University of Houston

Zelisko, M., Anderson, K. (2013). Hands-on Activity: Bacteria Transformation. TeachEngineering.

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