A chicken repetitive DNA sequence that is highly sensitive to single-strand specific endonucleases.


A DNA sequence consisting of the 5-mer AGAGG repeated tandemly 32 times has been detected in a chicken genomic clone and found to be present in about 2000 copies per chicken genome. This sequence was highly susceptible to single-strand specific endonucleases isolated from Aspergillus oryzae (S1) and mung bean, but cleavage by a single-strand specific… (More)


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