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Defects in lysosomal enzyme modification for catalytic activity

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The other face of restriction: modification-dependent enzymes

Type III restriction-modification enzymes: a historical perspective

REBASE—enzymes and genes for DNA restriction and modification

Cell wall modifications, degrading enzymes and softening of carambola fruit during ripening

Evolution of Sequence Recognition by Restriction-Modification Enzymes: Selective Pressure for Specificity Decrease

Modification of Topoisomerase I Activity by Glucose and by O-Glcnacylation of the Enzyme Protein

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

Elucidating combinatorial histone modifications and crosstalks by coupling histone-modifying enzyme with biotin ligase activity

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

A primordial RNA modification enzyme: the case of tRNA (m1A) methyltransferase

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

Endogenous oxidative DNA base modifications analysed with repair enzymes and GC/MS technique

Transfer RNA modification enzymes from Pyrococcus furiosus: Detection of the enzymatic activities in vitro

Cloning and analysis of the four genes coding for Bpu10I restriction—modification enzymes

DNA cleavage and methylation specificity of the single polypeptide restriction–modification enzyme LlaGI


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Enzymes involved in the bacterial restriction/modification system (see restriction endonucleases (restriction enzymes) that introduces minor bases into DNA or RNA, or alters existing bases, thereby removing binding sites for restriction enzymes.

Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.

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