How many of the students might be correct?

How many of the students might be correct?

How many of the students might be correct? 150 150 Nyagu

Question Description
I’m working on a biology question and need an explanation to help me study.

The figure below shows a 2D-gel electrophoresis experiment. Three students each interpreted the experimental results differently. How many of the students might be correct?

Results:

Conclusions:

Student 1: Sample C must have come from a different person than Sample E. Student 2: Sample C must have come from a different cell type than Sample E.

Student 3: Sample C must have come from cells with different stimuli than Sample E.

Only one of the students might be correct.

None of the students are correct.

All of the students might be correct.

Only two of the students might be correct.

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pH 7 Mr (kDa) 4 97.4 pH 7 Mr (kDa) 4 97.4 66.2 45.0- 66.2 45.0 31.0 31.0 21.5 – 21.5 Sample C Sample E
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