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Bal 31 exonuclease


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A nuclease that digests linear, double-stranded DNA fragments from both ends. The enzyme is used in vitro to shorten restriction fragments. The shortened segment can then be religated with a DNA ligase (q.v.) to generate deletion mutants. See restriction endonucleases.

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