TeachMeFinance.com - explain Restriction-enzyme cutting site
Restriction-enzyme cutting site --
A specific nucleotide sequence of DNA at which a particular restriction enzyme cuts the DNA. Some sites occur frequently in DNA (e.g., every several hundred base pairs); others much less frequently (rare-cutter; e.g., every 10,000 base pairs).
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