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- Death Adder
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Restriction enzymes like endonuclease, ECO R1 cut DNA at particular sequences like GAATTC ..
Then this DNA fragment can be inserted to a plasmid which can be transfered to a vector( bacteria ) to multiply it and to produce a gene library.
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usually they cleave DNA at so called palindromes. Recall that besides cohesive ends, blunt ends can also be generated, which are more difficult to ligate in a plasmid.
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