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Rare- cutter enzyme


A rare-cutter enzyme is a restriction enzyme with a recognition sequence which occurs only rarely in a genome. An example is NotI, which cuts after the first GC of a 5'-GCGGCCGC-3' sequence; restriction enzymes with six-base recognition sequences are often also called rare-cutter enzymes.
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rare-cutter enzyme. See: restriction site. recessive allele. ... site of a "rare cutter enzyme" is itself rare in comparison with other ...
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A new source of codominant single-copy nuclear genetic polymorphisms. ... the enzymes are rare-cutters whose restriction sites are hundreds of thousands ...
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A glossary of genetic terms from the DOE Human Genome Program. ... Rare-cutter enzyme. See: restriction-enzyme cutting site. Recessive gene ...
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A glossary of genetic terms from the DOE Human Genome Program. ... Rare-cutter enzyme. See: restriction-enzyme cutting site. Recessive gene ...
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Some restriction enzymes (rare- cutters) cut the DNA very infrequently, ... mapping, a single chromosome is cut (with rare- cutter restriction enzymes) into ...
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Genome Dictionary - Genetics Glossary - Radiation Hybrid through RNA (Ribonucleic acid) ... Rare-cutter enzyme. See: restriction-enzyme cutting site. Reading Frame ...
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... restriction enzyme pairs, a huge new class of genome rare cutters can be ... strategy permits the conversion of any restriction enzyme into a rare cutter. ...
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... EnzymeCollection object containing the enzymes # that are rare cutters. ... an array with all the enzyme names that are blunt cutters or 0 if none are ...
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... we used an additional rare-cutter restriction enzyme for the FAFLP analysis. ... power of FAFLP was increased when a second rare cutter (XbaI) was added. ...
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... restriction enzyme pairs, a huge new class of genome rare cutters can be created. ... enzymes into rare cutters: integration host factor-mediated Achilles' ...
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Rare-Cutter Enzyme: see -- restriction-enzyme cutting site. ... base pairs); others much less frequently (rare-cutter; e.g., every 10,000 base pairs) ...
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( Information from the Cutter of the Prolysis program/Universite de Tours) ... In rare cases Ser can be accepted in position P1. ...
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... we used an additional rare-cutter restriction enzyme for the FAFLP analysis. ... power of FAFLP was increased when a second rare cutter (XbaI) was added. ...
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the polylinker site of a vector does not contain an enzyme site compatible with the ... Rare-cutter. enzymes therefore cleave more frequently in these species. ...
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The SNP Cutter supplies four customizable enzyme lists with inexpensive and reliable enzymes. ... However, this kind of SNP is rare. ...
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11. Use 5 ul for digestion with Notl or other rare cutter enzymes. ... Use 7-10 ul for digestion with a more frequent cutter such as BamHI or EcoRI. ...
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