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How is PCR helpful to forensic investigators? How do restriction enzymes know

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Default How is PCR helpful to forensic investigators? How do restriction enzymes know



where to cut DNA? more questions i have are.... Where do restriction enzymes come from? How are DNA fragments created? What does it mean to restrict DNA? Why is DNA testing a great forensic tool? helpp?? thnkss!!!
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