1. Interpreting qPCR curves: how to find Ct value in my case?
  2. Trying to extract DNA with an incomplete kit

  3. Is a single polynucleotide necessarily and always a nucleic acid?

  4. de novo assembly applications

  5. DNA quantification in a high school bio lab
  6. Does the string "...CATCAT..." appear in the DNA of Felis catus?

  7. what kind of bonds join the okazaki fragments
  8. Don't understand how multiple replication bubbles work

  9. How many ERVs found in Lebedev's study?

  10. Question about phylogenies and DNA sequencing

  11. Misunderstanding about nucleotides biosynthesis
  12. What determines the number of chromosomes an organism carries?

  13. What does the end of DNA look like?

  14. what is allelic sequence variation?
  15. what happens when you put enhancer and caat box in prokaryotes

  16. Is the DNA different in each type of cell? What DNA is passed to offspring?
  17. How is single nucleotide polymorphism denoted?

  18. Calculating number of amino acids in mRNA

  19. Dilute DNA plasmids with dH2O

  20. How can one identify an organism from its dissymmetry ratio?
  21. Do single nucleotides spontaneously bind to ss DNA?
  22. Do apes and humans share 99% of DNA or 99% of genes? What is the difference?
  23. How does salt concentration affect chromatin compaction?

  24. Meiosis and combinations of chromosomes

  25. How are atoms in benzopyridines and benzopurines numbered?

  26. Does the cell have a mechanism to determine DNA sequence from protein?

  27. How many polynucleotides are there in one molecule of DNA?
  28. How do biologists determine the parents of a child
  29. Linear and Circular DNA
  30. Reading and Understanding profile bands in DNA Fingerprinting

  31. Importance of Double Helix DNA Structure

  32. Transfect Mammalian Cells with Single Stranded DNA?

  33. How many nucleic acids is there in "one molecule of DNA"?

  34. Can we detect the origin of a 1000 year old dead body after grave excavation?

  35. relieving DNA super-coiling stress
  36. What determines the differences between differentiated cells?
  37. How do people actually find codons in a DNA transcript just by looking at it?
  38. Dyes that won’t bind to dna

  39. What distinguishes "coding" from "noncoding" DNA?
  40. Why do eukaryotic organisms have introns in their DNA?

  41. Why can't primary RNA be used as a direct template for a protein?

  42. Is tunneling of a proton in our DNA a cause of mutations?

  43. Why is the outer circle of human mitochondrial DNA ‘heavy’, whereas the inner circle is ‘light’?

  44. Why aren't nucleic acids on Nutrition labels?

  45. Cutting dna using restriction endonuclease

  46. Do DNA viruses have their own DNA dependant DNA polymerase?
  47. How do I go about traveling with DNA extract samples?

  48. Why are there exactly four nucleobases in DNA?

  49. Form DNA from a file

  50. Can a phosphodiester bond form between RNA and DNA?
  51. Organisms that do not wish to reproduce
  52. What is the justification of Chargaff's second parity rule?

  53. Forensic genetics- why is mtDNA comparison sometimes better than nDNA comparison?

  54. Is the size of the genome across species roughly the same?

  55. Enhancer elements in prokaryotic DNA?

  56. What is the likelihood of a single human gene to the same gene from the other human?

  57. How much DNA (from human VS other organisms) is in human feces?

  58. Can CRISPR-Cas9 make changes on a living organism?

  59. Microarray hybridization
  60. Would we improve our health if we removed all of our useless DNA?

  61. DNA is charged negative. Where is all the positive charge in my body?

  62. Plasmid in the nucleus and gene expression

  63. What is the difference between average sperm epimutations and intersection sperm epimutations, in the context of the attached article?

  64. DNA Longevity in Keratin, Ivory and other Bioplastics

  65. Why does DNA need to be pure for restriction enzymes to act on it?
  66. why is DNA antiparallel? Can it be parallel?

  67. Is there a method to isolate half of the chromosomes of a cell?
  68. Number of Chromatids in G1

  69. How do cells become differentiated using epigenetics despite having the same genome?
  70. Is a DNA molecule a single strand of polynucleotide or two of them linked together?
  71. How do asexually reproductive organisms mutate?
  72. Has DNA communication/interaction at a distance been empirically demonstrated?

  73. Would the addition of the enzyme dam to a high fidelity polymerase like Pol III increase the rate of mutation in bacteria?

  74. RNAse H / Polymerase I

  75. why is DNA better for storing genetic info while RNA better for transmission of it?

  76. Is telomere length a reliable measure of health/lifespan?

  77. How can I determine the mRNA sequence from a given template DNA strand?

  78. DNA replication, why complex

  79. Why does asbestos cause cancer?

  80. Is Icke right about junk DNA?

  81. Effect of mutation on phenotype
  82. Do organisms have a mechanism to control how fast mutations occur?

  83. What does (-;-) after a gene mean?

  84. Multi-protein drug treatments

  85. Why does cell waste energy in meiosis, between meiosis 1&2

  86. Do spermatozoa have mitochondria

  87. Stability of the chromosomes of thermophilic bacteria

  88. Effect of UV radiation on retinoid (vitamin A) receptors in the skin

  89. Non-cavitating ultrasound for denaturation of short strands of DNA (~20 bp)?
  90. Pros and cons of amino acid structure vs DNA sequences for evolutionary comparison

  91. Why are 3 nucleotides used as codons for amino-acid mapping in DNA?

  92. What is the distinction between deoxyribonucleases and restriction enzymes?
  93. O4I2 fibroblast reprogramming
  94. Do spouses begin to share genes over time?
  95. How is a portion of DNA selected and unwound from nucleosome?
  96. How would you effect bulk DNA gene therapy for a human?

  97. 16s rRNA Sequencing From Gut Microbiome (stool)

  98. Can we attack viruses by attaching proteins and such to their shells?
  99. DNA preservation in fecal samples with DMSO or n-lauroylsarcosine?
  100. All somatic cells contain the same genome, then how does it knows that it should develop into a specific organ?