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CSIR JRF/ UGC NET Discussions
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Dear Members,


This is a dedicated thread for discussions pertaining to CSIR JRF/ UGC NET. Feel free to post queries, tips and suggestions here.

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Starting with the query of forum member: CHANDA7:

This is a question from CSIR NET 2016 December..... Can anyone help me with the question number 142?

   
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#2
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(03-06-2017, 07:30 PM)SunilNagpal Wrote: Dear Members,


This is a dedicated thread for discussions pertaining to CSIR JRF/ UGC NET. Feel free to post queries, tips and suggestions here.

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Starting with the query of forum member: CHANDA7:

This is a question from CSIR NET 2016 December..... Can anyone help me with the question number 142?

#CHANDA7
Best possible answer is 2. Protein is in insoluble/pellet because its getting denatured at that particular temperature. Lowering temperature will prevent this and solublize the protein
 
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#3
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#Chanda7

Apologize. I used the Set A question paper. Image did not load.

I think the picture below summarizes. If it had a correct orientation(1st plasmid) - BamHI + HindIII  == 0.5 + 4.5
                                                                                                                              PstI    + HindIII   == 1.5 + 3.5
Answer is C. It will be reversed(A) for incorrect orientation. 
[Image: YHkPp4zAGs0uWplzS0MqItY_vDLbFR6571nDhsC1...60-h488-no]
 
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(03-06-2017, 10:39 PM)travellingsalesman Wrote: #Chanda7

Apologize. I used the Set A question paper. Image did not load.

I think the picture below summarizes. If it had a correct orientation(1st plasmid) - BamHI + HindIII  == 0.5 + 4.5
                                                                                                                              PstI    + HindIII   == 1.5 + 3.5
Answer is C. It will be reversed(A) for incorrect orientation. 
[Image: YHkPp4zAGs0uWplzS0MqItY_vDLbFR6571nDhsC1...60-h488-no]
Thanks bro..... I didn't think it's so easy
 
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#5
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Can anyone help me with this question?
( For search: IPTG, T7 RNA polymerase, lac operator, cell free supernatant)



[Image: 6204c4dc0fcca1e96f8c34abadf03fa5.jpg]
 
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#6
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    can anybody help me with these two questions?
 
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#7
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(03-08-2017, 03:56 PM)CHANDA7 Wrote: Can anyone help me with this question?
( For search: IPTG, T7 RNA polymerase, lac operator, cell free supernatant)



[Image: 6204c4dc0fcca1e96f8c34abadf03fa5.jpg]


I answered this question before(accidently)
Best possible answer is 2. Protein is in insoluble/pellet because its getting denatured at that particular temperature. Lowering temperature will prevent this and solublize the protein
 
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(03-28-2017, 09:41 PM)travellingsalesman Wrote:
(03-08-2017, 03:56 PM)CHANDA7 Wrote: Can anyone help me with this question?
( For search: IPTG, T7 RNA polymerase, lac operator, cell free supernatant)



[Image: 6204c4dc0fcca1e96f8c34abadf03fa5.jpg]


I answered this question before(accidently)
Best possible answer is 2. Protein is in insoluble/pellet because its getting denatured at that particular temperature. Lowering temperature will prevent this and solublize the protein
Thanks bro..... Can u explain what could be the expected changes as of other options?
 
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#9
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    can anybody answer this with justification???
Please help me.....

Key for search: Circular Dichroism, psychrophile, thermophile, protein....
 
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#10
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May be the answer is : d.. bcz of salt bridge made of by the hydrogen bond and we knw H- bonding highly stable...for that reason last one is the answer...what is the answer???
 
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