Restriction Enzyme Naming
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- DNA Scissors: Introduction to Restriction Enzymes Objectives At the
- This sequence is also a restriction site for the restriction enzyme called EcoRI.
- A nomenclature for restriction enzymes, DNA methyltransferases
- A nomenclature for restriction enzymes, DNA methyltransferases, homing endonucleases and their genes. Richard J.
- The “Ins and Outs” of Restrictions Enzymes
- Naming Restriction Enzymes. • Name reflects their origin. – First letter from the genus.
Suggested Web Resources
- Restriction enzyme - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Used by restriction enzymes to locate specific sequences of DNA on which to bind and .
- Enzyme Finder, NEB
- Use this tool to select restriction enzymes by name, sequence, overhang, or type. Sequences should be entered using single letter code nomenclature.
- Restriction Enzymes | Learn Science at Scitable
- The first three letters of a restriction enzyme's name are abbreviations of the bacterial species from which the enzyme has been isolated (e.g., Eco- for E.
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