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(1) A nucleic acid molecule consisting of two or more identical copies of the same sequences covalently linked in tandem.

(2) The product of dimerization of blunted fragments.


An example is a phage genome arranged in tandem, i.e.if the genes are arranged 123, then a concatamer would have genes in a sequence of 123123123123.