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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 2:50am.

A plasmid (vector) designed for use in bacterial cells is different from a plasmid (vector) designed for use in yeast cells. Listed below are three DNA features found on both plasmid types. If the DNA sequence of each feature could be the same on the two different plasmids, answer yes. If the DNA sequence would be different on the two plasmids, answer no.

Cloning site

Yes
No
Origin of replication

Yes
No
Selectable marker

Yes
No

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