why palindromic recognition sequences?

Dr.Ram Samudrala ram.samudrala at stanford.nojunkemail
Tue Mar 30 14:44:00 EST 1999

Lars Anders Carlson <lars.anders.carlson at telia.com> wrote:

>Could anyone give a reasonable explanation why class II restriction
>enzymes have come to recognise palindromic sequences?

Perhaps to recognise the DNA both sides?


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