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Question Restriction Mapping



Could somebody make me understand in simple words what is actually restriction Mapping and what ared its application.

Please just try to make my concept clear about it.

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Default Re: Restriction Mapping

Restriction mapping is process breaking the DNA into fragments.this process is used in [Only registered users see links. ],[Only registered users see links. ] etc.
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Restriction enzymes (of which there are many) recognize and cut DNA at specific sequences. The size of these fragments can be determined by running the fragments out on an agarose gel along with size markers. By studying the pattern, the fragments can be put together (on paper) to determine a restriction enzyme map and total size of the DNA.
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