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Lab 12 Pre Write Up - DNA The site where the enzyme cuts is...

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Drew Rasmussen Penny Louka Biology 191L December 4, 2010 Lab 12: Genetic Engineering and Bacterial Transformation: Pre Lab Write Up 1. A restriction endonuclease is an enzyme used for cutting DNA into very specific fragments. This is done by cutting a specific nucleotide sequence at a certain site in the
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Unformatted text preview: DNA. The site where the enzyme cuts is called the restriction site. 2. By putting ampicillin in the agar dishes we will be able to establish a control dishes which will allow us to determine whether or not the bacteria took up the plasmid containing the antibiotic resistant gene....
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