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arcanumm  This makes sense have reading what your comment. I overlooked this and just assumed the GATC was a mutation that allowed the restriction enzyme to work on the mutant only. +2
arcanumm  it makes even more sense when looking at "numerous small fragments." Methylation is truly the obvious answer here in retrospect. +1
bgiri  DNAse can also cause a change in base by breaking down dna at the GATC sequence? +
almondbreeze  @bgiri Had the same reasoning - according to wiki, DNase catalyzes the hydrolytic cleavage of phosphodiester linkages in the DNA backbone, thus degrading DNA. +




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