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Insertion of a DNA Sample Into a Plasmid



A piece of target DNA can be inserted into a plasmid if both the circular plasmid and the target DNA have been cleaved by the same restriction nuclease in such a way as to create sticky ends. The newly created recombinant molecule is stabilized with the DNA ligase enzyme which repairs nicks in the backbone of the DNA molecule.


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