BAC library

BAC library
Library constructed in a vector with an origin of replication that allows its propagation in bacteria as an extra chromosome. Advantageous in constructing genomic libraries with relatively large DNA fragments (100-300 kb). See also bacterial artificial chromosome.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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