BbvII Restriction enzyme

Rick Smith rsmith at promega.com
Thu Mar 9 11:41:11 EST 1995


In article <199503090411.OAA07100 at cscgpo.anu.edu.au>, 
Klaus.Matthaei at ANU.EDU.AU says...
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>G'Day Netters
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>Has anyone heard of the restriction enzyme BbvII and a possible 
supplier?
>
>Thanks in advance.
>
>Cheers, Klaus
>
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In checking a comprehensive guide to Restriction Enzymes, I don't find 
BbvII, only BbvI. Promega offers an isoschizomer of BbvI, which is 
Bst71 I. Its site is GCAGCN(8).

If you know the site for BbvII, perhaps there is an isoschizomer which is 
commercially available.




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