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a nuclease that cleaves nucleic acids at interior bonds and so produces fragments of various sizes

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To explore potential conservation of the metal-dependent inhibition seen with human Ape1, we examined the effects of As(III), Cd(II), Co(II), Fe(II), Ni(II), and Pb(II) on the AP site incision activity of the bacterial endonucleases (Figure 3).
Five (Cfo I, Sau 96 I, Hpa II, Hin f I and Alu I) of the 12 restriction endonucleases cleaved the amplicons with more than one haplotype.
Four restriction endonucleases were used to differentiate the shrimp species: DdeI, MboI, MboII, and MseI.
If the same approach were to be applied to the detection of the placenta-derived hypomethylated SERPINB5 molecules, an endonuclease that exhibits an opposite action to the methylation-sensitive restriction endonucleases described above would be needed.
in the absence of any epidemiologic data), digestion with two or more endonucleases is warranted, even if the isolates appear to share a primary enzyme pattern or possess other microbiologic evidence of clonality (e.
The imbalance of calcium homeostasis finally results in calcium-dependent endonuclease activation, which is believed to initiate chromatin fragmentation, another key feature of apoptotic cells (35,36).
Precision's mission is to utilize its engineered endonuclease technology to become the world leader in the field of genomic molecular biology.
The enzymes product segment consists of seven sub-segments, namely, ligases, phosphatases, polymerases, proteases and proteinases, restriction endonucleases, reverse transcriptase, and other enzymes.
In situ digestion with restriction endonucleases (REs), which cleave DNA at specific target sequences, has been shown to produce consistent banding patterns in fixed mammalian and insect chromosomes and more recently has been successfully applied to mussels (Martinez-Lage et al.
Restriction endonucleases and the 10x NEBuffers and 100x bovine serum albumin solution for the RFLP reactions were bought from New England Biolabs.
Madison, WI), HhaI, AciI, and MseI endonucleases (New England Biolabs, Beverly, MA), and DNA sequence analysis (Davis Sequencing, Davis, CA).
380 was digested with a variety (approximately 30) of restriction endonucleases (New England Biolabs; Promega) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Finally the team, which discovered meganucleases and published founding works on the I-SceI homing endonucleases leading to the constitution of the Cellectis proprietary patent portfolio, is from Institut Pasteur.
Our approach to DNA sequencing by primer walking bypasses the requirement for custom primer synthesis and relies on a universal set of 256 presynthesized oligonucleotide adaptors, referred to as indexers (17), and type IIS restriction endonucleases that cleave DNA at defined distances from their recognition sites, generating ambiguous 4-nucleotide (nt) 5' overhangs (18).