cosmid

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Etymology[edit]

Blend of cos and plasmid

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Noun[edit]

cosmid ‎(plural cosmids)

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  1. (genetics) A type of plasmid (often used as a cloning vector) constructed by the insertion of cos sequences, which are DNA sequences of the lambda phage.