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DNA electrophoreses is a process in which a DNA strand is cut by a restriction enzyme at a certain point so it can be measured and compared with other DNA. The purpose of the lab was to determine the father of a child by comparing the child's DNA with that of the mother and two possible fathers. The child's DNA fits a combination of the real father and mother.
Electrophoresis begins with the pouring of the gel. The gel is an auger poured into a water bath. Combs are then placed in the forming gel to produce wells where the samples are then placed. …
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