Common Entrance Test for Admission to PG -Biotechnology

Proto oncogenes are


Cholesterol is transported to extrahepatic tissue mainly by


The chloride shift involves


The surface area of a human lung is made larger by alveoli and is approximately the size of a


Artificial immunity can be acquired from a


The regions of an antibody that determine its general role, or effector function are its


Lymphocytes that activate B cells and T cells are


Km is equal to


Milk casein is a


The base present in Lecithin is


A Ketogenic aminoacid among the following is


The technique of recombinant DNA first became available


How many carbon atoms are there in a molecule of Glyceraldehyde phosphate?

a) 2

b) 3

c) 4

d) 6


Double bond consists of


Which one of the following methods is the best to separate enzymes?


The Enzyme Nitrilase convert


A monocentric chromosome with a central centromere is known as


An interacalating dye used to detect nucleic acid when viewed under UV light


A device which uses steam under pressure to sterilize materials at elevated temperatures


The term to define gene as a unit of genetic function a region of DNA which encodes a specific product is known as




































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