Vectors

A vector, as related to molecular biology, is a DNA patch (frequently plasmid or contagion) that's used as a vehicle to carry a particular DNA member into a host cell as part of a cloning or recombinant DNA technique. A vector is a substance, generally a piece of DNA that carries a sequence of DNA or other inheritable material and introduces it into a new cell. Vectors act as vehicles to transfer inheritable material from one cell to the other for different purposes like multiplying, expressing, or insulation. Vectors are used as a tool in molecular cloning procedures so as to introduce the asked DNA REPLACE INTO a host cell. The DNA insert that's transmitted by a vector is nominated recombinant DNA, and the process is also known as recombinant DNA technology.

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