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Gene Cloning and Other Molecular Genetics Techniques
Essential laboratory procedures for genetic engineering. Molecular genetics techniques commonly used in biotechnology research that enable gene cloning.
Vectors - Gene Cloning - Genetic Transfer
When geneticists use small pieces of DNA to clone a gene and create a GMO, that DNA is called a vector. The vector serves as the carrier for the transfer or ...
Plasmids - Biotech / Biomedical Glossary Definition
Plasmids can be isolated from bacteria, using what are now routine gene cloning techniques. The plasmid is cut with restriction enzymes, and the new gene ...
Gene Cloning Methods - Cloning in E. coli - Cloning Bacterial Genes
The microorganism Escherichia coli has a long history of use in the biotechnology industry and is still the microorganism of choice for most gene cloning ...
Clones - Cloning - Gene Cloning - About.com Biotech / Biomedical
In genetic engineering, what does it mean to create a clone?
GMOs - Genetically Modified Organisms - GM Foods
In both cases, however, these terms refer to a living organism that has been genetically altered using molecular genetics techniques such as gene cloning and ...
All About Restriction Enzymes - Endonucleases
... into smaller strands in order to study fragment length differences among individuals (Restriction Fragment Length Polymophism – RFLP) or for gene cloning.
The Rise and Fall of Cat Cloning - Cloning cats - Gene Banking Cats ...
Today, there is no company offering cat cloning services, although two commercial ventures provide gene banking. Follow the timeline of commercial cat cloning ...
Epigenetics - Gene Regulation - Transcriptional Control of Gene ...
... in eukaryotes control transcription. Also discussed are the relationships between studies of how gene expression is regulated, stem cell research, and cloning.
Transformation - Gene Transfer - Tumor Cells
In genetic research, transformation is the process by which the genetic makeup of an organism is altered by the insertion of a new gene (or exogenous DNA) into ...
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