The Pap test for cervical cancer involves microscopic examination of cervical cells for cancerous cells.

The Pap test for cervical cancer involves microscopic examination of cervical cells for cancerous cells. A new, rapid diagnostic test to detect human papilloma virus (HPV) DNA before cancer develops is done without microscopic exam. The steps involved in this FastHPV test are listed. What is the second step?A) Add an RNA probe for HPV DNAB) Lyse human cellsC) Add enzyme-linked antibodies against DNA-RNAD) Add enzyme substrateE) It doesn’t matter.Matching:___1. reverse transcriptase___2. provirus___3. photoreactivation___4. inverted repeat sequences___5. prophage___6. sex pilus___7. vector___8. envelope___9. generalized transduction___10. homologous recombinationA. protein appendage that attaches the donor to recipient cell.B. an enzyme that uses mRNA as template to synthesize DNAC. palindrome sequences of insertion sequencesD. integrated phage DNA into the host cellE. infectious part of developmental cycle of Chlamydias.F. protein coat of virusesG. enzyme that catalyzes the synthesis of RNAH. transfer of only specific bacterial genes by temperate phagesI. transfer of any bacterial genes by phagesJ. a means to integrate one DNA molecule into anotherK. an enzyme that has proof-reading functions.L. enzymatic process to repair thymine dimers using visible lightM. example-temperature sensitive mutationN. example-frameshift mutationO. change in nucleotide sequence in codon but not in amino acid sequenceP. membrane outside a viral capsidR. a latent virusS. an extrachromosomal DNA used in cloning experiments

AnswerThe correct option is highlighted as below:A) Add an RNA probe for HPV DNAB) Lyse human cellsC) Add enzyme-linked antibodies against DNA-RNAD) Add enzyme substrateE) It doesn’t…