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Cloning vs Expression Vector; Round 1
This article says the main purpose of a cloning vector is for colled expression of a particular gene, but if that is the case, how does it differ from an expression vector? --Username132 21:29, 19 February 2006 (UTC)
expression vectors are more tightly controlled and are posed to make optimum amounts of product such as the manufacturing of insulin.
Cloning vector, vector DNA, expression vector
There sure are a lot of stub "vector" articles to do with genetic engineering. Perhaps they should be merged, or at least reorganised? -- Hongooi 06:19, 2 July 2007 (UTC)
Contrasting different vectors
I think it would be appropriate to contrast the practical applications of the common vectors on this page, briefly summing up which would be preferred in what situation. Akita86 (talk) 15:32, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
Concerning the diction "overhang" in the introductory paragraph
It is the first time I have heard of the word overhang. It is only after some verifications that I have found out that it meant "sticky ends".
I would like someone to confirm if what I think is right, so we can make the intro a little bit clearer :)