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In drosophila, is the Dna ligase related with the process of crossing-over???????
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Hmmmmmmm.....DNA ligase, in recombinant DNA technology, is an enzyme that seals together two DNA fragments from different sources to form a recombinant DNA molecule. I don' know exactly if it is involved in crossing over specifically too. I don't think so, but I don't know exactly.
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DNA ligase is an enzyme in the semiconservative replication of DNA. I'm not sure crossing-over even requires enzymes...
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i thought recombinant DNA was attached 2gether by the same restriction endonuclease used 2 break it. i never knew DNA ligases took part in anything but in the replication and repair of DNA. some1 correct me if i'm wrong plz.
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I think the same also...crossing over doesn't have connection with DNA ligase
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