yeast artificial chromosomes
Definition: yeast DNA sequences that have incorporated into them large foreign DNA fragments; the recombinant DNA is then introduced into the yeast by transformation; the use of yeast artificial chromosomes permits the cloning of large genes with their flanking regulatory sequences.
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