breakage-reunion enzymes

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Enzymes that use continuous stretches of DNA molecules, rather than preexisting termini, as substrates. The DNA duplex is broken and rejoined. The energy released by breakage is stored in a covalent enzyme-DNA intermediate and utilized in rejoining the molecules.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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