Cloning and Cloning Vectors

From BIOS 332: Genetics

Dr. Jason Tresser explains the process of cloning a specific bacterial gene and the function of restriction enzymes. He goes on to discuss how restriction enzymes can be used to construct a map of a strand of DNA.

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