What is a concatomer?

Rafael Maldonado rmaldonado at ua.es
Wed Nov 24 04:41:32 EST 1999



"Frank O. Fackelmayer" wrote:
> Concatemers are linear
> multimers of the same DNA molecule, as pointed out by the other posters
> before.

Not yet correct. Concatemers not need to be linear. Concatemers of
plasmids, for example, are circular. They are multimers of plasmids,
which are circular, so the result is also circular.

-- 
Rafael Maldonado
Divison of Genetics
University of Alicante (Spain)




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