Biology

Technology is equipment used to do something or make something. Biochemical technology or biotechnology refers to the use of living organisms for the formation of products useable by humans. Recombinant DNA technology is one type of biotechnology.

List the steps involved in forming recombinant DNA, and include the names of the enzymes involved. Also provide an example of the use of this technology.

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  1. This is really a 3 part question but the following should help on the first 2:

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