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  1. a denaturation curve like the one I showed you here. What do we have here? A denaturation
  2. at above 90% protein with limited denaturation, and little to no lactose.
  3. bound to the ligand and then we did this gentle heat denaturation so that the ligand falls out
  4. PCR is composed of three main steps: Denaturation, which separates the two complementary DNA
  5. The first step, called denaturation, involves separating the two strands of a starting DNA
  6. After an initial longer denaturation to start off the PCR, each cycle typically requires
  7. only a short denaturation of around 10 seconds.
  8. After an initial longer denaturation to start off the PCR, each cycle requires a shorter
  9. denaturation, which can be as little as ten seconds but is often between 30 seconds and
  10. When we're talking about the denaturation for DNA,
  11. are the certain factors that are going to lead to the denaturation of the DNA or the
  12. that we are rather the terminologies that we are going to see are melting, denaturation,
  13. exactly what is happening. You have a double helix. You are disrupting it, DNA denaturation
  14. We can follow the denaturation of dsDNA by spectroscopy. The bases have a maximal absorption
  15. You have a relative absorbents of DNA that increases on DNA denaturation because there
  16. We have denaturation. What happens in some cases is you cannot reverse the situation.
  17. It is irreversible denaturation. What happens is if the temperature is rapidly decreased,
  18. denaturation is always not renaturable but suppose we have urea in this solution and
  19. What did we use when we measure the denaturation at for the temperature cases? We measured
  20. curve. Why is it called a denaturation curve? What do we have here, helix. We have coil