Sequencing the genome of an organism

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  • Sequencing the genome of an organism
    • 3) These sections are then placed into separate BAC's (bacterial artificial chromosomes) and transferred to bacterial cells. As the cells grow in a culture, many copies are produced. This is why it is referred to as a clone library
    • 1) Genomes are mapped to identify which part of the genome they have come from
    • 2) Samples of the genome are mechanically broken into smaller sections (THE SHOTGUN APPROACH)

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