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    • #5404
      Ajay
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      Can anyone furnish details about "Recognition Sites in Restriction Enzymes" ?

    • #52732
      canalon
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      The name seems self explanatory, no? Restriction enzyme recognize a specific sequence in the DNA and cut it. This recognition can be affected by methylation of the DNA molecule. If you want a list of restriction sites, you can use thi site: http://rebase.neb.com/rebase/rebase.html

    • #52744
      Navin
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      Something special about restriction sites: They are palindromic sequences.

    • #52754
      Ajay
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      i would like to be more clear in my question. I mean the recognition sites IN restriction enzymes which recognizes the specific dna sequence for eg. palindromic sequences

    • #52755
      Navin
      Participant

      So you are refering to the active site of the restriction enzymes?

    • #52792
      Ajay
      Participant

      Yes exactly… to be more precise "the region of binding in restriction enzymes and the region of cleaving"

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