TeachMeFinance.com - explain Long-Range Restriction Mapping
Long-Range Restriction Mapping The term 'Long-Range Restriction Mapping' as it applies to the area of gnome research can be defined as 'Restriction enzymes are proteins that cut DNA at precise locations. Restriction maps depict the chromosomal positions of restriction-enzyme cutting sites. These are used as biochemical 'signposts,' or markers of specific areas along the chromosomes. The map will detail the positions where the DNA molecule is cut by particular restriction enzymes'.
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