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Why restriction enzymes cut (usually) at palindromic sequences?
Restriction enzymes usually cut only at palindromic sequences. Is there any specific reason for that ? Is there any advantage for bacteria if it cuts up virus at this type of sequences ?
Aug 22 '13 at 6:40
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