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DNA restriction enzyme


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DNA restriction enzyme

DNA restriction enzyme

REBASE—restriction enzymes and DNA methyltransferases

NEBcutter: a program to cleave DNA with restriction enzymes

REBASE—enzymes and genes for DNA restriction and modification

On the DNA cleavage mechanism of Type I restriction enzymes

Inhibition of restriction enzyme's DNA sequence recognition by PUVA treatment

Design of an artificial restriction enzyme having simultaneous DNA cleavage activity

Atomic force microscopy of the EcoKI Type I DNA restriction enzyme bound to DNA shows enzyme dimerization and DNA looping

Highlights of the DNA cutters: a short history of the restriction enzymes

Structural insights into DNA sequence recognition by Type ISP restriction-modification enzymes

Structure of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine-specific restriction enzyme, AbaSI, in complex with DNA

DNA synapsis through transient tetramerization triggers cleavage by Ecl18kI restriction enzyme

Recycling of protein subunits during DNA translocation and cleavage by Type I restriction-modification enzymes

Restriction enzymes increase efficiencies of illegitimate DNA integration but decrease homologous integration in mammalian cells

A nomenclature for restriction enzymes, DNA methyltransferases, homing endonucleases and their genes

DNA-tension dependence of restriction enzyme activity reveals mechanochemical properties of the reaction pathway

Rapid Analysis of DNA Methylation Using New Restriction Enzyme Sites Created by Bisulfite Modification

Template-directed addition of nucleosides to DNA by the BfiI restriction enzyme

 

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Any of the specific endonucleases (q.v.) present in many strains of E. coli that recognize and degrade DNA from foreign sources. These nucleases are formed under the directions of genes called restriction alleles. Other genes called modification alleles determine the methylation pattern of the DNA within a cell. It is this pattern that determines whether or not the DNA is attacked by a restriction enzyme. See modification methylases, restriction endonuclease.

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