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    From the sequence below, find probable restriction endonuclease sites.
    HINT: The recognition sequences are 6bp long.


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    Remember that restriction enzymes generally recognize palendromic sequences. Palendromic sequences are sequences that read the same on both template and complementary strands. An example of this is: 5' GAATTC 3'. If you take the ...

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    The expert finds the probable restriction endonuclease sites. The recognition sequence of a coding site is found.