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Effect of nucleotide analogs on the cleavage of DNA by the restriction enzymes AluI, DdeI, HinfI, RsaI, and TaqIBODNAR, J. W; ZEMPSKY, W; WARDER, D et al.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1983, Vol 258, Num 24, pp 15206-15213, issn 0021-9258Article

Efficient manipulation of nanoparticle-bound DNA via restriction endonucleaseWEI JIE QIN; YUNG, Lin Yue Lanry.Biomacromolecules. 2006, Vol 7, Num 11, pp 3047-3051, issn 1525-7797, 5 p.Article

Virion-associated restriction endonucleases of chlorovirusesAGARKOVA, Irina V; DUNIGAN, David D; VAN ETTEN, James L et al.Journal of virology. 2006, Vol 80, Num 16, pp 8114-8123, issn 0022-538X, 10 p.Article

REBASE : restriction enzymes and methylasesROBERTS, R. J; MACELIS, D.Nucleic acids research. 1993, Vol 21, Num 13, pp 3125-3137, issn 0305-1048Article

Restriction enzymes and their isoschizomersROBERTS, R. J.Nucleic acids research. 1988, Vol 16, pp r271-r313, issn 0305-1048, supplArticle

The cleavage site for the restriction endonucleases BanI and HgiC I is 5' ...G↓GPyPuCC ...3'SCHILDKRAUT, I; LYNCH, J; MORGAN, R et al.Nucleic acids research. 1987, Vol 15, Num 13, issn 0305-1048, 5492Article

Polypurine-polypyrimidine sequences adopt unwound structure in pBR322 form V DNA as probed by single-hit analysis of HpaII sitesRAJESH BAGGA; BRAHMACHARI, S. K.Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics. 1993, Vol 10, Num 5, pp 879-890, issn 0739-1102Article

NotI and SfiI: restriction endonucleases with octanucleotide recognition sequencesBO-QIN QIANG; SCHILDKRAUT, I.Methods in enzymology. 1987, Vol 155, pp 15-21, issn 0076-6879Article

Isolation and purification of CeqI endonuclease, an isochizomer of EcoRVDUDA, E. G; IZSVAK, Z; OROSZ, A et al.Nucleic acids research. 1987, Vol 15, Num 3, issn 0305-1048, 1334Article

Restriction enzymes and their isoschizomersROBERTS, R. J.Nucleic acids research. 1987, Vol 15, pp r189-r217, issn 0305-1048, supplArticle

A simple method for screening of NotI linking clonesKUSUDA, J; KAMEOKA, Y; TAKAHASHI, I et al.Nucleic acids research. 1989, Vol 17, Num 21, issn 0305-1048, 8890 [1 p.]Article

KGB: a single buffer for all restriction endonucleasesMCCLELLAND, M; HANISH, J; NELSON, M et al.Nucleic acids research. 1988, Vol 16, Num 1, issn 0305-1048, 364Article

Alteration of the specificity of PvuII restriction endonucleaseNASRI, M; THOMAS, D.Nucleic acids research. 1987, Vol 15, Num 19, pp 7677-7687, issn 0305-1048Article

Is modification sufficient to protect a bacterial chromosome from a resident restriction endonuclease?MAKOVETS, Svetlana; POWELL, T. Lynn M; TITHERADGE, Annette J. B et al.Molecular microbiology (Print). 2004, Vol 51, Num 1, pp 135-147, issn 0950-382X, 13 p.Article

Restriction enzyme-generated siRNA (REGS) vectors and librariesSEN, George; WEHRMAN, Tom S; MYERS, Jason W et al.Nature genetics. 2004, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 183-189, issn 1061-4036, 7 p.Article

Extraordinary stability of enzymes dried in trehalose : simplified molecular biologyCOLACO, C; SEN, S; THANGAVELU, M et al.Bio/technology (New York, N.Y. 1983). 1992, Vol 10, Num 9, pp 1007-1011, issn 0733-222XArticle

Restriction enzyme analysis of chromosomal DNA and its application in epidemiological studiesJORDENS, J. Z.The Journal of hospital infection. 1991, Vol 18, pp 432-437, issn 0195-6701, 6 p., SUPAConference Paper

The cleavage site of the RsaI isoschizomer, CviII, is G↓TACYUANNAN XIA; NARVA, K. E; VAN ETTEN, J. L et al.Nucleic acids research. 1987, Vol 15, Num 23, issn 0305-1048, 10063Article

Defining the biochemistry of mismatch repairFRIEDBERG, Errol C.DNA repair. 2005, Vol 4, Num 1, pp 133-139, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

The distribution of MspI-induced breaks in human lymphocyte chromosomes and its relationship to common fragile sitesPORFIRIO, B; TEDESCHI, B; VERNOLE, P et al.Mutation research. 1989, Vol 213, Num 2, pp 117-124, issn 0027-5107Article

Analysis of the effects of nucleases and restriction enzymes on the metaphase chromosomes in situSMIRNOV, A. F; PATKIN, E. L; STEFANOVA, V. N et al.Citologiâ. 1989, Vol 31, Num 2, pp 182-188, issn 0041-3771, 7 p.Article

The role of modifications in oligonucleotides in sequence recognition by MvaI restriction endonucleaseKUBAREVA, E. A; PEIN, C.-D; GROMOVA, E. S et al.European journal of biochemistry (Print). 1988, Vol 175, Num 3, pp 615-618, issn 0014-2956Article

RspX I: a new restriction endonuclease with a recognition sequence of 5'T/CATGa3'WING-CHEONG TSUI; ELGAR, G; MERRILL, C et al.Nucleic acids research. 1988, Vol 16, Num 9, issn 0305-1048, 4178Article

Conversion of the FokI endonuclease to a universal restriction enzyme: cleavage of phage M13mp7 DNA at predetermined sitesPODHAJSKA, A. J; SZYBALSKI, W.Gene (Amsterdam). 1985, Vol 40, Num 2-3, pp 175-182, issn 0378-1119Article

A restriction map of plasmid pDC1 from the filamentous cynaobacterium Nostoc sp. MAC PCC 8009LAMBERT, G; CARR, N.Plasmid (Print). 1983, Vol 10, Num 2, pp 196-198, issn 0147-619XArticle

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