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restriction enzyme

Post by aga » Fri Nov 10, 2006 9:57 am

Could somebody confirm if these definitions are correct? Any other example of RE cleave?

An isoschizomer is defined as a restriction enzyme with the same recognition sequence and cut site as another enzyme. For instance, Sph I (CGTAC^G) and Bbu I (CGTAC^G) are isoschizomers of each other.


A neoschizomer is defined as a restriction enzyme with the same recognition sequence as another enzyme but with a different cut site. For example, Sma I (GGG^CCC) and Xma I (G^GGCCC) are neoschizomers of each other.

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Post by ztcztc_ren » Sat Nov 11, 2006 4:02 am

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