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Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 4

Rich Roberts is Director of Research for New England Biolabs, one of the first commercial sources for restriction enzymes that is today a leading supplier of molecular biology reagents.
new england biolabs, molecular biology, reagents, restriction enzymes
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