The RNA message is sometimes edited.
- This site allows you to input any nucleotide sequence and it will give you a map that tells you where and which restriction enzymes will cut the sequence.
- Rebase: The Restriction Enzyme Database
- Maintained by Dr. Rich Roberts and Dana Macelis at the New England Biolabs, Rebase is a searchable database of all the known restriction enzymes. You can find information about the enzymes, their cutting specificities and journal references.
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