``Bgl``II (pronounced `bagel two`) is a type II restriction endonuclease enzyme isolated from certain strains of Bacillus globigii. The principal function of restriction enzymes is the protection of the host genome against foreign DNA, but they may also have some involvement in recombination and transposition. Like most type II restriction e...
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<enzyme, molecular biology> A restriction enzyme that cuts DNA in a staggered manner wherever it finds the sequence AGATCT. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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