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Recombinant DNA

TUNCOM Sadik Lecture 10.12

QuestionAnswer 1Answer 2Answer 3Answer 4
Genomic libraries contain Larger fragments of dsDNA, from the total DNA
cDNA libraries contain Specific stage of development/differentiation of the cell
Which amplification method do you use for rapid and large production of DNA for clinical or forensic testing? PCR
What are two methods of DNA amplification? DNA cloning Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
In DNA cloning, when bacteria are the host, what are the vectors? Bacteriophage Plasmids Cosmids
When eukarotic cells are the host, what are the vectors? Retroviruses Adenoviruses Free DNA Liposomes (DNA covered by a lipid layer)
Which of the following is NOT a possible vector in DNA amplification when eukaryotic cells are used as a host? Bacteriophage Retrovirus Adenovirus Free DNA
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