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I was reading about restriction endonucleases binding to DNA by a complementary fit into the restriction endonucleases active site, but does the enzyme bind to a restriction site or a recognition sequence? What's the difference? Thanks
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Restriction sites, or restriction recognition sites, are located on a DNA molecule containing specific (4-8 base pairs in length sequences of nucleotides, which are recognized by restriction enzymes.
Source : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restriction_site
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(Original post by lyer_in_hellfyre)
Restriction sites, or restriction recognition sites, are located on a DNA molecule containing specific (4-8 base pairs in length sequences of nucleotides, which are recognized by restriction enzymes.
Source : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restriction_site
so are they the same thing
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(Original post by sam72016)
so are they the same thing
Yep
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