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WHAT IS THE USE OF LIVING ORGANISMS OR OTHER BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS TO MANUFACTURE DESIRED PRODUCT
BIOTECHNOLOGY
WHAT IS THE METHOD USED IN BIOTECH
RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY
WHAT IS REC DNA TECH BASED ON
RESTRICTION ENDONUCLEAUSES
DNA LIGASE
PLASMIDS
GRAM - BACTERIA
DELIBERATE MODIFICATION OF AN ORGANISMS NUCLETIDE BASE SEQUENCE
GENETIC ENGINEERING
WHAT PLAYS A CENTRAL ROLE IN BIOTECH
BACTERIA
WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH INSULIN THAT COMES FROM PIGS
THERE ARE SOME DIFFERENCES IN AA
DIABETICS CAN BECOME ALLERGIC
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PUT GENES THAT CODES FOR INSULIN INTO E COLI
IT WILL UNDERGO TRANSCRIPTION
IT MAY BE ONE IN A MILLION
BUT AN HOUR LATER THERE WILL BE TRILLONS
WHAT DID THE ELI PHARMACY COMPANY DO
HUMLIN
RECUMBENANT DNA ORIGIN
WHAT ARE THE DANGERS OF GENETIC ENGINEERING>
OFTEN EASY TO DO
PUT TOXIN CODING GENES INTO COMMON BACTERIA
WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS WITH GENE THERAPY
DNA MUST CROSS A LARGE AREA TO GET TO THE NUCLEUS
MAY INFECT ONLY A FEW CELLS
GROWTH RATE IS SLOW
WHAT IS LEUKEMIA
DISEASE OF THE BLOOD
HOW IS LEUKEMIA TREATED
STEM CELL FROM BONE MARROW
RESTRICTION ENDONUCLEASES
THEY RECOGNIZE AND CLEAVE SPECIFIC NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCES
RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM
SEQUENCE OF DNA WHEN TREATED WITH RESTRICTION ENDONUCLEASIS CUTS DNA TO GENERATE FRAGMENTS THAT UNIQUE TO THE INDIVIDUAL
GENETIC PROBE
DNA OR RNA MOLECULE WHICH IS USED TO LOCATE A COMPLEMENTARY RNA OR DNA BY HYBRIDIZING WITH IT AND CAN BE USED TO IDENTIFY BACTERIA, DEFECTIVE GENES
OLIGONUCLETIDE
SHORT SINGLE STRANDED PIECE OF DNA THAT IS 2-30 BASES
HYBRID
A DOUBLE STRANDED NUCLEIC ACID WHEN THE TWO STRANDS DIFFER IN ORIGIN
OGLIGONUCLETIDE SYNTHESIS
PRODUCES PROBES FOR DNA HYBRIDIZATION TO IDENTIFY GENES OR BACTERIA
PRODUCES PRIMERS
PRIMER
A PIECE OF DNA THAT PROVIDES AN END SO DNA POLYMERASE CAN ADD NUCLEOTIDES USED POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION
PCR
AN IN VITRO REACTION IN WHICH A SPECIFC REGION OF DNA IS AMPLIFIED MANY TIMES BY REPEATED SYNTHESIS OF DNA USING DNA POLYMERASE AND SPECIFIC PRIMERS TO DEFINE THE ENDS OF AMPLIFIED REGION
WHAT ARE THE DESIRABLE CRITERIA FOR ANTI MICROB AGENTS
SELECTIVE TOXICITY
DOESNT PRODUCE HYPERSENS
MO ARE NOT EASILY RESISTANT
SOLUBLE IN BODY FLUID AND NOT RAPIDLY BROKEN DOWN OR EXCRETED
SPECTRUM OF ACTIVITY OF ANTIBODIES
CELL WALL
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
METABOLIC PATHWAYS
DNA SYNTHESIS
ACTIONS OF ANTIMICROBIAL
INHIBIT CELL WALL SYNTHESIS
INHIBIT PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
INJURY TO PLASMA MEMBRANE
INHIBIT OF NUCLEIC ACIDS
INHIBIT OF ENZYME ACTIVITY
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS
GRAM+ BACTERIA
INHIBIT SYN OF PEPTIDOGLYCAN
PENICILLIN B-LACTAN RING
B-LACTAMASES, PENICILLINASES RESISTANT AGAINST PENICILLIN
INHIBIT OF PROTEIN SYNTHEIS
RIBOSOME SYNTHESIS
STREPTOMYCIN=>HAS THE ABILITY TO ATTACH TO RIBOSOMES IN BACTERIA AND CHANGES SHAPE OF RIBOSOMES=>MRNA READ INCORRECTLY AND PRODUCES WRONG PROTEIN
TETRACYCLINE-> INHIBIT ATTACHMENT OF TRNA TO MRNA
INJURY TO PLASMA MEMBRANE
POLYMYXIN B-> GRAM - BACTERIA HIGHLY TOXIC OTC
AMPHOTERICIN B->ANTIFUNGAL
POLYPEPTIDE ANTIBODY->SHORT SEGMENTS OF POLYPEPTIDES THAT DESTROY PLASMA MEMBRANE WITH HIGH SPECIFICTY
MAGAININS->FROGS SAEMANDERS
INHIBIT OF NUCLEIC ACID
INHIBIT UNWINDING OF DNA
INHIBIT DNA POLYMERASE
NALIDAXIC
QUINOLONES
BLOCK DNA GYRASE
INHIBIT OF ENZYME ACTIVITY
COMPETITIVE INHABITATION
SULFANILAMIDE
SULFA DRUGS
INHIBIT ENZYME NECESSARY FOR FOLIC ACID SYNTHESIS BY COMPETITIVE INHIBITION OF ENZYME
BACTERIA CAN DAMAGE HOST BY
DIRECT MULTIPLICATION METABOLIC BY PRODUCTS THAT CAN MAKE YOU SICK
TOXINS CAN ACT ON SPECIFIC TISSUE
HYPERSENSITIVITY
EXOTOXIN
ACTIVILY SYNTHESIZING RELEASES TOXINS INTO THE ENVIROMENT
ENTERTOXIN
PRODUCES TOXINS THAT ACT ON SMALL INTESTINES
ENDOTOXIN
LPS
CLASSIFICATION OF BACTERIA
MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES
DIFFERENTIAL STAINING
BIOCHEMICAL TEST
SEROLOGY
PROTEIN ANALYSIS
BASE COMPOSITION OF NUCLEIC ACIDS
SEROLOGY
BACTERIA REACTIONS TO ANTIBODIES
FOLLICULITIS
STAOHYLCOCCUS AUREUS
BOIL
LOCALIZED REGION OF PUS SURROUNDED BY INFLAMMED TISSUE
PUS
AN ACCUMULATION OF DEAD PHAGOCYTES AND BACTERIA AND FLUID
INFLAMMATION
A HOST RESPONSE TO TISSUE DAMAGE CHACATERIZED BY REDNESS PAIN HEAT SWELLING
IMPETIGO
NEWBORN CHILDREN LESS THAN TWO YEARS OLD CAUSED BY S. AUREUS

MORE THAN TWO YEAR
CAUSED BY STREPTOCOCCUS PYROGENS
SCALDED SKIN SYNDROME
IN NEWBORNS CARRIED BY CERTAIN STRANDS STAPHYLCOCCUS AUREUS PRODUCE TOXINS THAT CAUSES SKIN TO SLOUGH OFF AND SKIN LOOKS LIKE IT WAS BURNED
STREPTOCOCCUS PYROGENS
B-HEMALYTIC
IMPETIGO MORE THAN 2
SKIN INFECTION
FLESH EATING DISEASE
NECROTIZING FASCITIS
CAUSED BY STREPTOCOCCUS PYROGENS
TOXIN CAUSES AN AUTOIMMUNE RESPONSE AND ATTACKS ITS OWN TISSUE
TSS
STAPH AREUS
STREPT PYROGENS
PSEUDOMONAS DERMATITIS
PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINASA
DERMATITIS ->HOT TUB
OTITIS EXTERNA->SWIMMERS EAR
BURN PATIENTS->LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH SKIN INFECTION
CYSTIC FIBROSIS->PNEUMONIA