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24 January, 17:21

How do scientists put a gene from one organism into another?

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  1. 24 January, 18:39
    They first 'cut out' genes using precise biological 'scissors' - restriction enzymes - and paste them into DNA from another organism like a bacterium or yeast where it is copied many thousands or millions of times. Molecular model of a restriction enzyme bound to DNA.
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