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#1 imran shah

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Posted 14 November 2003 - 07:17 AM

hi i posted a some questions last month but never got a reply?
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what is the restriction endonuclease produced by Xenobacterium gigantus.?
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Chemical analysis of viral DNA isolated in a laboratory, indicates the following composition 35% adenine: 20% thymine: 12% guanine and 33% cytosine. what does this imply about the structure of the viral DNA.

#2 il0postino

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Posted 16 November 2003 - 09:41 PM

question 1:
try this link, you can search on many criteria of known restiction enzymes (also organism) :
http://rebase.neb.co...ase/rebase.html

question 2:
maybe virus with single stranded DNA.......




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