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Last Updated: 01 May 2022

Cloning, as it connects to genomics and genes, includes utilizing scientific techniques to make the same, or essentially the same, copies of a dna, cell or microorganism series. Cloning is a word we use to explain a molecular procedure of making millions or billions of duplicates of a solitary particle. We use molecular cloning to magnify, or make many copies of, proteins or genetics or other mini molecules that magnifies the signal and permits us to study these molecules in a research laboratory.

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