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Nucleic Acids Res. 1986 March 11; 14(5): 1991–1999.
PMCID: PMC339638

Two unique restriction endonucleases from Neisseria lactamica.


Two new site-specific endonucleases, N1a III and N1a IV, have been isolated from Neisseria lactamica. N1a III recognizes the sequence, CATG, and cleaves 3' of the sequence to produce a four base 3' extension. N1a IV recognizes the sequence, GGNNCC, and cleaves between the two N's to produce blunt ended fragments.

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