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A rapid and simple method for detection of type II restriction endonucleases in cells of bacteria with high activity of nonspecific nucleases

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In this work we describe a novel, rapid and simple microscale procedure for identification of restriction endonuclease activity in bacteria lysates, which contain high levels of non-specific DNA nucleases.
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59
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4
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669-672
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published
2012
received
2012-07-23
revised
2012-10-16
accepted
2012-10-29
(unknown)
2012-11-06
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