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Posted on: 10:15:52 PM on July 10, 2016
Posted By:
Muskan Raina
What is the function of restriction enzymes


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Posted on: 02:24:44 PM on July 14, 2016
A restriction enzyme is an enzyme that cuts DNA after recognizing a specific sequence of DNA. You can think of restriction enzymes as molecular scissors. Scientists can use restriction enzymes to cut a single gene from a larger piece of DNA. Restriction enzymes evolved in bacteria.



Posted on: 08:16:25 PM on April 24, 2018
Restriction word itself says to arrest or to stop something in our text book restriction enzymes only deals with the synthesis of Fna or Rna where at a particular stage Dna|Rna synthesis has to be stopped restriction enzyme comes in use..





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