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Payal Balmiki

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Biology( molecular basis of inheritance)

"polymorphism of restriction endonuclease recognition sites" pls explain the meaning of quoted line.


Puspanjali Barman

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l took it from Google u can take it
Ritupurna

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Restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) is a technique invented in 1984 by the English scientist Alec Jeffreys during research into hereditary diseases. It is used for the analysis of unique patterns in DNA fragments in order to genetically differentiate between organisms – these patterns are called Variable Number of Tandem Repeats (VNTRs). Genetic polymorphism is defined as the inherited genetic differences among individuals in over 1% of normal population. The RFLP technique exploits these differences in DNA sequences to recognize and study both intraspecies and interspecies variation.