what's the difference between linker and adaptor

Mr JN Goulding jgouldin at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Tue Jan 15 07:11:05 EST 2002


Hi,

A linker has a blunt end and an adaptor has a sticky ends.

Jon

On 15 Jan 2002, [gb2312] shude yang wrote:

> Hi.
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> In molecular biology, I notice researchers often use
> likers or adaptors to modify vector or to introduce
> new restriction sites into target genes. Can you tell
> me the difference between adaptor and linker? Can i =20
> artifically synthesis adaptors or linkers with
> cohensive ends.If you have this kind of
> experience,please inform me.Thank you.
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> With best wishes
> Sdyang
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