Cut out dna of interest and open up dna from host

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Unformatted text preview: in large quantities for low cost * 1. Cut out DNA of interest and open up DNA from host organism 2. Restriction enzymes cut DNA at specific sequences. 3. Connect the two DNA fragments together. 4. Insert the combined DNA into the bacteria. Allow bacteria to grow and produce proteins Genetically Modified Foods • Today several foods in the US are derived from GMOs, such as soybeans, corn, beets, canola, cotton seed oil and others....
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This document was uploaded on 03/27/2014 for the course BIOLOGY Bio 2 at Timber Creek High.

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