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What are isochizomers?


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November 09, 2007 10:21AM

Isochizomers are such restriction endonucleases which have the same recognition sequence but may have different recognition site. examples are XmaI and SmaI which have same recognition sequence 5'CCCGGG3' but SmaI cuts between C and G and XmaI cuts between first C and second C.