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Site-directed mutagenesis

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Site-directed mutagenesis: mutagenesis where the mutation is caused by in vitro induction directed at a specific site in a DNA molecule; the most common method involves use of a chemically synthesized oligonucleotide mutant which can hybridize with the DNA target molecule; the resulting mismatch-carrying DNA duplex may then be transfected into a bacterial cell line and the mutant strands recovered.
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