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So Hershey and Chase grew up
T2 bacteriophage quantity in a bacterium
culture in the presence of 35; The resulting viruses are named after their proteins.
with this isotope.

Deoxyripos – the phosphate “backbone” of DNA, on the other hand
rich in phosphorus (see chapter 3), a
Most proteins contain no elements, and phosphorus is a radioactive isotope, having 32P. researchers have grown
The presence of 32P is another block of T2 in the bacterial culture, and so on
Viral DNA named 32b.
In radiation with this seal
Virus, developed by Hershey and Chase
their revealing test.

They were allowed to have 32P in the bacteriophage
Or to bind to 35S bacteria. after some
minutes, he diligently stirred the ingredients in a kitchen blender, removing (without exploding the bacteria)
The parts of the virus that bacteria do not enter. then Hershey and
Chase separates bacteria from others
Subject.

They found the most
35S (thus the protein) is isolated from bacteria, and most
was 32P (hence the DNA)
including bacteria. result is recommended
The DNA was changed in the bacteria while the protein was out, so it was the DNA that redirected the genetic program.

 

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