blunt-end DNA

blunt-end DNA

A sequence of double-stranded DNA in which both chains of nucleic acid end at the same point—i.e., there is no “overhang” or staggering, with one strand being longer than the other.
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Blunt-end DNA cloning introduces the insertion of blunt-ended DNA or 5'-end phosphorylated PCR product into a linearized blunt-ended vector (Upcroft and Healey, 1987).
Blunt-end DNA cloning is another cloning technique which introduces the inserting of blunt-ended DNA or 5'-end-phosphorylated PCR product into a linearized and blunt-ended vector (Upcroft et al., 1987).