Genetic vectors


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Concept Info

NAME

Genetic vectors

DESCRIPTION

Genetic vectors are vehicles for delivering foreign DNA into recipient cells. Vectors can replicate autonomously and typically include features to facilitate the manipulation of DNA as well as a genetic marker for their selective recognition. The most common vectors are DNA plasmids, viruses and artificial chromosomes.

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