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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Assembling useful bits of DNA into plasmids like Lego bricks has been feasible for a while now; the hard part is breaking them up, adding new bits, and putting them back together. But soon that will be just as easy, according to a paper published earlier this month in ACS Synthetic Biology.

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