User:Jessica Perez/CloningWorkflow

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Planning

Before you start any cloning in the lab you first do the following:

  1. Decide what parts you need
  2. Design primers
  3. Draw up your expected plasmid. This can be done in Word or freely avalible DNA editor software such as APE .

Source of DNA

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