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Recombinant DNA

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Last Updated: 20 April 2022

Recombinant DNA is a technology that uses enzymes to reduce and paste together DNA series of interest. The recombined DNA series can be placed into vehicles called vectors that shuttle the DNA into a suitable host cell where it can be duplicated or revealed. This involves affixing appropriate elements to an item of DNA and afterwards moving into a bacterial or yeast cell, with those aspects then advising the bacterial or yeast cell to duplicate this DNA along with its own.

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