Describe five different types of gateway vectors, Biology

Describe five different types of gateway vectors that are available, what different functions they can perform, and for what purpose.

e.g.  (1) Vector pXXX, (2) function - expression in XXX, (3) purpose - produce protein for XXX (4) reference.

 

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