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24 January, 02:26

Explain how transposable elements may cause recombination of bacterial dna.

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  1. 24 January, 03:14
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    Insertional inactivation is the inactivation of a gene upon insertion of another gene inside in its place or within its coding sequence. This video also explains the selection of recombinant colonies in selective antibiotic medium by insertional inactivation.
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