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HomeFAQsCan Cre Recombinase be used to linearize a BAC containing a loxP site?
FAQ: Can Cre Recombinase be used to linearize a BAC containing a loxP site?
We have not tested this here but the following paper may be helpful: Buchholz F, Bishop M. (2001). Biotechniques 31(4):906-918 ""LoxP-Directed cloning: use of Cre recombinase as a universal restriction enzyme.""
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