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65 Copyright © 1980by AcademicPress, Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. ISBN 0-12-181965-5 28 ASSAYS F O R [CLASS I I R E S T R I C T I O N ] E N D O N U C L E A S E S [5] breaks with this DNA. These results indicate that the exonuclease is present in excess so that a DNA molecule is essentially digested completely to acid-soluble fragments immediately upon receiving one doublestranded restriction cleavage. The exonuclease-coupled assay described here is well suited to the purification and quantitation of restriction enzymes, since it is simpler to perform and quantitate than an agarose gel electrophoresis assay.

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Mol. Biol. 66, 209 (1972). METHODSIN ENZYMOLOGY,VOL. 65 Copyright © 1980 by Academic Press, Inc. All fightsof reproductionin any form reserved. ISBN 0-12-181965-5 40 TECHNIQUES FOR LABELING TERMINI [6] 1. Radioactivity can be introduced at the 3' terminus of a duplex without altering the structure of the terminus. 4 2. *,5 The extent of r e m o v a l can be precisely predicted if previous sequence data exists. Similarly, one or m o r e nucleotides can be added to a 3' terminus which is base-paired to an appropriate template.

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