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Sticky and blunt ends - Wikipedia

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DNA end or sticky end refers to the properties of the end of a molecule of DNA or a recombinant DNA molecule. The concept is important in molecular biology, especially in cloning or when subcloning ...

Making Recombinant DNA - Modern Genetic Analysis - NCBI ...

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Importantly, restriction enzymes do not cut randomly; rather, they cut at specific DNA ... enzymes make staggered cuts generating single-stranded sticky ends ...

Restriction Enzymes - Kimball's Biology Pages

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Many DNA-digesting enzymes (like those in your pancreatic fluid) can do this, but most ... form base pairs with any DNA molecule that contains the complementary sticky end. ... The ability to produce recombinant DNA molecules has not only ...

Help:Restriction enzymes - parts.igem.org

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Because EcoRI does not cut across both strands of DNA in the same place, four ... The sticky ends will "anneal" together via base pairing and a ligase enzyme ...

Restriction enzymes & DNA ligase | DNA cloning | Biotechnology ...

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Sticky ends and blunt ends. ... Many restriction enzymes make staggered cuts, producing ends with ... If two pieces of DNA have matching ends, ligase can link them to form a single, unbroken ... Not all restriction enzymes produce sticky ends .

gene technology notes

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These sticky ends will stick (or anneal) to another piece of DNA by ... Restriction enzymes are highly specific, and will only cut DNA at specific base ... Vectors are large molecules which do not readily cross cell membranes, so the .... This mRNA can be isolated from these cells and used to make cDNA of the insulin gene.

Restriction Enzymes

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In live bacteria, restriction enzymes function to defend the cell against invading ... enzymes used to cleave the target DNA, complementary "sticky ends" are created . ... Although these variations do not have phenotypic expression beyond the ...

Gene cloning tutorial

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Many of these processes are specific to higher eukaryotic cells, and do not take place in E. ..... Some enzymes make a simple double-stranded cut in the middle of the site - blunt end. ... The blunt-end ligates to DNA - thus giving it sticky ends.

cloning.doc

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500 copies ... (a) This will create sticky ends and separate the left and right arms from the middle DNA ... enzyme as that used to cut the lambda genome, so the sticky ends will be complimentary ... (a) The A3 gene is not compatible with Col1b plasmid ... b) The host cell will make many copies of the DNA molecules including ...

Cloning - Cloning Methods - Cloning using restriction enzymes - EMBL

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At least one of the enzymes used should be a sticky end cutter to ensure that the insert ... Not all restriction enzymes work equally well in all commercially available ... The latter is the preferred enzyme because it can also join blunt- ended DNA ...