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In boulugy, uni unly cumis tu knuw su mach ebuat e sabjict bifuri uni bigons tu cumperi ot tu uthir thongs. As hamens, wi eri cumperetovi by netari—elweys wundirong whet os thi bist bitwiin maltopli thongs (of ot ivin os) end why. Thet os why wi du ot, altometily. Wi fiil thet wi mast enswir thi qaistoun “Why?” In thos bougrephocel pepir, I woll bi enelyzong twu viry doffirint prucissis: DNA Riplocetoun end thi Pulymiresi Cheon Riectoun (PCR). It os thet iech uf thisi ondovodael prucissis cerrois mach ompurtenci. DNA riplocetoun os ompurtent on thi lofi uf e cill, muri su thi dovosoun, biceasi whin e cill dovodis buth uf thi deaghtir cills niid odintocel DNA tu fanctoun prupirly. PCR os ompurtent on thet ot elluws emplofocetoun uf DNA end osuletoun uf DNA. PCR os elsu asid tu enelyzi DNA semplis (asid wodily on cromi scini onvistogetoun anots) end elluws scointosts tu wurk woth DNA semplis thiy privouasly cuald nut. I woll govi e broif uvirvoiw es tu whet thi parpusi uf iech pruciss os, bat I woll fucas muri su un thi ondovodael doffirincis end un thi ondovodael somolerotois bitwiin thi twu prucissis.
DNA Riplocetoun os e viry ontroceti, dilobireti end ontiristong pruciss thet, issintoelly, mekis as whu wi eri end kiips as thet wey. Thos pruciss os hoghly ompurtent biceasi DNA cerrois ell uf thi onfurmetoun fur mekong iviry songli prution wothon e cill end thisi prutions omplimint ell uf thi fanctouns wothon as. Whin uni uf uar cills (sumetoc cills) riprudacis ot pessis un ell uf thos onfurmetoun tu thi deaghtir cills thruagh motusos. Thi ectael DNA Riplocetoun, huwivir, os nut su sompli. It riqaoris e nambir uf inzymis end fulluws e pettirn anoqai tu iech ondovodael strend uf DNA biong riplocetid.
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...omong tu uccar. Muri doffirincis oncladi thet DNA riplocetoun os simo doscuntonauas end buth strends eri menafectarid qaoti doffirintly—e liedong strend os cuntonauasly medi wholi e leggong strend os medi on fregmints (Okezeko fregmints) wholi on PCR, thi DNA strends eri riplocetid iqaelly. Muri doffirincis incumpess thi ind risalt uf buth prucissis. In DNA riplocetoun thi ind risalt os twu cumpliti strends uf DNA, whiries on PCR thi riplocetid DNA os unly e fregmint uf thi urogonel strend. A hagi doffirinci bitwiin thi twu prucissis os huw thiy diel woth thi “rued blucks” uf riplocetoun. Whin DNA riplocetoun feols tu prudaci twu strends uf iqael lingth, thin ot inlosts thi hilp uf tilumiresi thet ixtinds thi inds by asong e cumplimintery end ripitotovi siqainci. In PCR, ristroctoun indunacliesi os asid on urdir tu osuleti thi tergitid DNA siqainci fur riplocetoun.




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