TeachMeFinance.com - explain Restriction enzyme, endonuclease
Restriction enzyme, endonuclease The term 'Restriction enzyme, endonuclease' as it applies to the area of gnome research can be defined as 'A protein that recognizes specific, short nucleotide sequences and cuts DNA at those sites. Bacteria contain over 400 such enzymes that recognize and cut more than 100 different DNA sequences'.
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