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How will an antibiotic resistance gene in a plasmid be of benefit

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Plasmids are fragments of ds DNA that carry genes and can replicate independently from chromosomal DNA.  They require a bacterial origin of replication (ori), an antibiotic-resistance gene, and a minimum of one restricti...

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