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Combination of overlapping bacterial artificial chromosomes by a two-step recombinogenic engineering method



Combination of overlapping bacterial artificial chromosomes by a two-step recombinogenic engineering method



Nucleic Acids Research 31(15): E81-E81



Recombinogenic engineering or recombineering is a powerful new method to engineer DNA without the need for restriction enzymes or ligases. We report here a general method for using recombineering to combine overlapping bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs) to build larger, unified BACs.

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Accession: 003683416

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PMID: 12888533

DOI: 10.1093/nar/gng081


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