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Open protocol for Ligase Independent Cloning
Ligase Independent Cloning is a protocol that allow an insert to be integrated into a vector without ligation. It uses T4 DNA polymerase with only ATP to first chew back from blunt ends to create ...
Jun 16 '12 at 5:21
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