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If we want to grow a bacterial clone with a plasmid that carries a desired DNA

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Default If we want to grow a bacterial clone with a plasmid that carries a desired DNA



fragment? If we want to grow a bacterial clone with a plasmid that carries a desired DNA fragment inserted within the antibiotic ampicillin resistance gene, we should not grow it in a medium containing ampicillin.
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