Defined fragments of calf, human, and rat DNA produced by restriction nucleases.

@article{Philippsen1974DefinedFO,
  title={Defined fragments of calf, human, and rat DNA produced by restriction nucleases.},
  author={Peter Philippsen and Rolf E. Streeck and H. G. Zachau},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1974},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={
          479-88
        }
}
DNA of a number of mammalian species was split with restriction nucleases from Hemophilus influenzae Rd (Hin DNAase) and Escherichia coli carrying the resistance transfer factor RI (EcoRI DNAase). The digests were submitted to polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. A broad distribution of unseparated large DNA fragments was observed in all cases. In addition, a number of sharp bands were seen, some of which were well separated from the bulk of the large DNA fragments. The DNA fragments in… CONTINUE READING