Lab 4: “Experimental Design”
- Design a protocol
- Research and development - the underlying technology
HW: Lab Report 4 (due ### through OpenWetWare)
8 points – Overall layout: Our Team section, grammar, style
14 points – Protocol: Materials, PCR reaction sample list, DNA sample set-up procedure, OpenPCR program
14 points – Research & Development: function of components, PCR steps, base-pairing
50 points – Peer Assessment
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