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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sticky_and_blunt_ends

DNA ends refer to the properties of the end of DNA molecules, which may be sticky ends (cohesive ends), blunt ends or in other forms. The concept is used in molecular biology, especially in cloning or when subcloning inserts DNA into vector DNA. Such ends may be generated by restriction enzymes that cut the DNA – a ... The blunt ends however do not have such protruding strands, and therefore ...

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Sticky ends and blunt ends. ... In DNA cloning, researchers make many copies of a piece of DNA, such as a gene. ... a restriction enzyme will make a double- stranded cut in the DNA molecule. ... Not all restriction enzymes produce sticky ends.

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Apr 25, 2017 ... Lastly, multiple sticky end restriction enzymes can produce the same ... 5,000 times more efficiently than other sites that they do not recognize.

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Endonucleases make cuts within a DNA polymer. Exonucleases remove individual ... Many restriction enzymes do not cut in the center of their recognition sequence resulting in overhanging or 'sticky ends'. Others cut at the mid-point of the ...

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Many DNA-digesting enzymes (like those in your pancreatic fluid) can do this, but most ... These are called "sticky ends" because they are able to form base pairs with any DNA ... The ability to produce recombinant DNA molecules has not only  ...

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

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK21881

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

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Step One: Make Sticky Ends ... 7) means that many different restriction enzymes can be used to cut pieces of DNA and combine their sticky ends with the cut ...

www.mrothery.co.uk/genetech/genetechnotes.htm

These sticky ends will stick (or anneal) to another piece of DNA by ... Restriction enzymes are produced naturally by bacteria as a defence against viruses (they ... Vectors are large molecules which do not readily cross cell membranes, so the .... In genetic engineering reverse transcriptase is used to make an artificial gene ...