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Construction of Partial Genomic Library of Bacillus Subtilis [PDF]

BY: Monazza Shahab | Category: Genetics | Submitted: 2014-09-20 02:49:59
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Article Summary: "A genomic library consists of clone of every gene and extragenic sequences found in the cell of any given organism. Having learnt about it in theories, it is a great experience to construct one practically. Also the usefulness of a genomic library is immense; it could be preserved for ages and can be used to study about various .."


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CONSTRUCTION OF PARTIAL GENOMIC LIBRARY OF Bacillus subtilis AND SCREENING FOR RECOMBINANTS PRODUCING Alpha-AMYLASE, PROTEASE AND LIPASE







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A genomic library consists of clone of every gene and extragenic sequences found in the cell of any given organism. Having learnt about it in theories, it is a great experience to construct one practically. Also the usefulness of a genomic library is immense; it could be preserved for ages and can be used to study about various genes that harbours the genome of an organism.

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