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How is repetitive

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There are regions in a DNA sequence called repetitive DNA because these sequences have a small stretch of DNA which is repeated many times. These repetitive/satellite DNA are separated from bulk genomic DNA in form of different peaks by the process of density gradient centrifugation. The bulk DNA in this process forms a major peak and the other small peaks formed are called satellite DNA.


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