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New York Stories: Restriction Enzyme Analysis

This is the fourth in a series of mini-documentaries about past or current work of notable scientists based at New York institutions. The vodcasts are produced by New York high school students with the help of the DNALC.

Duration: 4 minutes, 53 seconds

Posted: March 20, 2013

DNA; gene; genetics; New York; high school; gel electrophoresis, recombinant, restriction, enzyme, MSKCC, Sloan-Kettering, Lowe, Trinity, cancer, cut site

  • ID: 16995
  • Source: DNALC
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