Cloning Processes and its growing Demand Analysis
This special issue belongs to
|International Journal of Animal Biotechnology and Applications|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2022|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2022|
Special Issue Description
Cloning is the process of creating unique creatures having DNA that is identical or nearly similar, either through artificial or natural means. Asexual reproduction is a process used by some organisms in nature to create clones. Cloning is the method of making cloned organisms (copies) of cells and DNA fragments in the realm of biotechnology (molecular cloning). The technique of creating several molecules is referred to as molecular cloning. Cloning can be used to amplify any DNA sequence, including promoters, non-coding regions, and randomly fragmented DNA, in addition to amplifying DNA fragments that contain entire genes. It is utilized in a variety of biological studies and real-world situations, including genetic fingerprinting and mass protein manufacturing.
Occasionally, the term cloning is used deceptively to describe the process of determining the chromosomal location of a gene linked to an important characteristic, such as in positional cloning. One cannot always isolate or amplify the relevant genomic sequence because the gene has been localized to a chromosome or genomic region. Fosmid cloning, which is in more demand, combines the clone stability of single-copy cloning with the advantages of high genomic material yields attained by inducing fosmid clones to high copy numbers. Target genomic structures can be cloned with great efficiency using fosmid cloning and partial digestion. The fact that it is a double cosine site vector offers benefits.
* DNA fragment
* Asexual Reproduction
* Molecular Cloning
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