Recombinant DNA Technology

Using enzymes and numerous laboratory procedures, recombinant DNA technology allows for the manipulation and isolation of desired DNA segments. DNA from other species can be combined (or spliced) with this technique, or new genes with distinct functions can be made. Recombinant DNA is the term used to describe the resultant copies.

In biology, recombinant DNA technology is a crucial research tool. It enables the manipulation of DNA fragments for laboratory research. A fragment of DNA is inserted into a bacterial or yeast cell using a number of scientific techniques. Once inside, the bacteria or yeast will duplicate both the DNA and their own. Important proteins like insulin and growth hormone that are utilised in the treatment of human ailments have been produced with success using recombinant DNA technology.

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