Gene cloning: the mechanics of DNA manipulation
The principles of cloning DNA; Recombination and mutagenesis of DNA in vitro; Bacteriophage vectors; Bacterial plasmid vectors; Expression of cloned DNAs in E. coli plasmids; The physical characterization of cloned DNA segments and their counterparts within chromosomes; Gene cloning in fungi and plants; Expression of cloned genes in animal cells.
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Recombination and mutagenesis of DNA in vitro
Bacterial plasmid vectors
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