- DpnI cleaves only when its recognition site is methylated.
- Cleavage of mammalian genomic DNA is blocked by overlapping CpG methylation.
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Product SourceAn E. coli strain that carries the DpnI gene from Diplococcus pneumoniae G41 (S. Lacks).
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