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Frequent occurrence of recognition Site-like sequences in the restriction endonucleases

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Frequent occurrence of recognition Site-like sequences in the restriction endonucleases
Background: There are two different theories about the development of the genetic code. Woese suggested that it was developed in connection with the amino acid repertoire, while Crick argued that any connection between codons and amino acids is only the result of an "accident". This question is fundamental to understand the nature of specific protein-nucleic acid interactions. Results: The nature of specific protein-nucleic acid interaction between restriction endonucleases (RE) and their recognition sequences (RS) was studied by bioinformatics methods. It was found that the frequency of 5
Jan C. Biro, Josephine M. K. Biro
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where BMCBI
Authors Jan C. Biro, Josephine M. K. Biro
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