He says his clothing became bloodstained when he tried to resuscitate the victim.
The spatter from the victim's nose and mouth is consistent with the pattern of blood on the suspect.
As a forensic nurse for the police department, you collect bloodstained fabric from the suspect and another blood sample from the crime scene.
The test came back positive for fabric, but negative for blood at the scene.
You can read about the technique on page 243.
The answers to In the clinic questions can be found online.
People have been consuming food for thousands of years.
Some of the best-known examples are bread, chocolate, and soy sauce.
It was 100 years ago that scientists showed that the products are caused by organisms.
This knowledge allowed the production of other important products.
Since World War I, microbes have been used to produce a variety of chemicals.
Micro organisms have been grown on a large scale to produce antibiotics.
A variety of chemical processes used in manufacturing products such as paper, textiles, and fructose are being replaced by microbes.
It is possible for microbes to use inexpensive, abundant raw materials, such as starch, and for them to work at normal temperatures and pressures, thus avoiding the need for expensive and dangerous pressurized systems.
The tools used to make products have been using DNA technology in the past 30 years.
In this chapter you will learn how to research and develop a product.
You will learn about the use of DNA technology to track infectious disease and provide evidence for courts of law.
The Clinical Case talks about the use of DNA technology to track HIV.
The human immunodeficiency virus can be found in a host cell.
The plasmid is a genetic modification.
A cell takes up a recombinant DNA.
Many copies of the gene of interest have been used in the vector.
The role of scientists in the final step depends on whether the gene itself or made by naturally occurring cells is of interest.
A method for isolating large quantities of the gene of scale cultivation can be developed from the cell clone.
The Now, organisms and plants are being used to create chemicals that the organisms don't naturally produce in another kind of cell, such as a plant or animal cell.
Make a different one.
Microbial recombination of DNA occurs naturally.
A dentist is closing his practice after 20 years because he doesn't have enough money.
He went to his family doctor because of the possibility of using a yeast to modify his genes.
The recipient can become exhausted.
Humans have genes for humaninsulin.
Dr. B. was hospitalized with hIV.
Two years later, Dr. B. is no longer a part of the hepatitis virus because of his illness.
Scientists hope that this approach may be useful in pro Dr. B., who encourages his employees to get vaccines against other infectious agents, so that they don't get tested for hIV.
The need to use whole organisms is a requirement for employees.
He is closing his practice because of his genes.
This technique can be used for positive identification against hIV.
The M09_TORT9150_12_CH09_pp238-263.indd is isolated.
The desired gene is inserted into the plasmid.
A cell takes up the plasmid.
The cloned cells have either of two goals in mind.
Human growth hormone pest resistance is inserted into the body to fight pests.
Genes from one cell can be used to express another cell.
A wide variety of useful products and applications can be created using genetically modified cells.
hGH had to be obtained from humans.
At the autopsy, there were random changes in the pituitary glands.
The highest-yielding variant among the survivors was expensive and dangerous because on several occasions neu selected for another exposure to a mutagen.
rological diseases were transmitted with the hormone.
Screening for penicillin can result in faster production of the hormone than traditional process.
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