Posted by **Reposting** on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 8:28pm.

This all about plasmids: I am totally lost, and my notes/textbook/internet doesn't give me the answer to this. Thanks for the help!

Q: How is the number of fragments produced associated with the number of cut-sites available to a restriction enzymes?

Q: Why do all the fragment sizes for each restriction enzyme add up to the same total?

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