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This technique has lots of applications. Generally speaking you can analyze DNA fragments that result from an enzyme digestion of a larger piece of DNA to visualize the fragments and determine the sizes of the fragments. In addition to its usefulness in research techniques, agarose gel electrophoresis is a common forensic technique and is used in DNA fingerprinting.

 

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