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Cloning, Restriction enzymes and DNA analysis Chapter 9, pp. 306-317 March 12, 2008
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Cloning overview In the 1970s, enzymes were discovered that can cut DNA at specific sites These “restriction enzymes” are part of a bacterial mechanism for defense against viruses (bacteriophage) Restriction enzymes can be used to excise segments of DNA that
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