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Extraction of reiterative sequences of barley genomic DNA by genetic engineering methods

Extraction of reiterative sequences of barley genomic DNA by genetic engineering methods

Doklady Akademii Nauk Belorusskoi SSR 29(7): 644-646

A bank of recombinant clones containing reiterated DNA sequences was produced using restrictase EcoRI and plasmid pBR322. Clone groups were selected which hybridized to different extents with barley DNA. The group of plasmids with a high hybridization efficiency contained sequences exceeding the vector in length.

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