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World Wide Web
The Restriction Enzyme Database- a web site which allows you to search for restriction enzymes by name, species, recognition sequence, companies that
sell restriction enzymes, or by authors and citations associated with each enzyme. Lots of detailed information contained in this site!
Books and Articles
Luria, S.E. 1970. The Recognition of DNA in Bacteria. Scientific American. Some bacteria have enzyme systems that scan invading DNA molecules injected by viruses and break them unless they are chemically marked at specific recognition sites.
Berg, P. and Singer, M. 1992. Dealing with Genes: The language of heredity. University Science Books, Mill Valley, CA. pp96-103.
Biotechnology made simple. 4th Edition. 1991. PJB Publications. Surrey, U.K.
Peters, P.M. 1993. Biotechnology: A Guide to Genetic Engineering. Wm. C. Brown, Pub. Dubuque, IA.
Micklos, D.A. and Fryer, G.A. 1990. DNA Science. A First Course in Recombinant DNA Technology. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
- Restriction Enzyme Cleavage of DNA kit. For more information contact Carolina Biological Supply at 800-334-5551.
- DNA Restriction Analysis kit. For more information contact Carolina Biological Supply at 800-334-5551.
Restriction enzymes are available from a variety of sources including the following biological supply houses:
- Carolina Biological Supply--for more information call 800-334-5551
- Ward's Biology--for more information call 800-962-2660
- New England Biolabs, Inc.
32 Tozer Road
Beverly, MA 01915-5599
- Promega Corporation
2800 Woods Hollow Road
Madison, WI 53711-5399