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this is what i've found from further reading: homeotic genes control the body plan. homeotic genes in organisms which display bilateral symmetry (including vertebrates ) are called Hox genes. some genes contain a highly conserved sequence of 180bp, leading to the synthesis of a 60aa polypeptide. thi...
- Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:16 am
- Forum: Molecular Biology
- Topic: methylation of bacterial dna
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i read that restriction enyzmes are always paired with methylases in a restriction-modification system so that bacteria do not digest their own dna... in this case, would the dna need to be demethylated before it is transcribed? how is this done?