A DNA Library Is a Collection of Genes from One Organism

Gene libraries or DNA libraries are collections of cloned genes that are big enough to contain at least one copy of every gene from a particular organism. The size of the

DNA library Collection of cloned segments of DNA that is big enough to contain at least one copy of every gene from a particular organism. Same as gene library

Gene library Collection of cloned segments of DNA that is big enough to contain at least one copy of every gene from a particular organism. Same as DNA library

P1 artificial chromosome (PAC) Single copy vector based on the P1-phage/plasmid of E. coli that can carry very long inserts of DNA

BamHI

BamHI

BamHI

Digest with bamhi

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