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    2007Catalytic domain of restriction endonuclease BmrI as a cleavage module for engineering endonucleases with novel substrate specificities.Nucl.Acids.Res.Chan, S-H, Boa, Y., Ciszak, E., Laget, S.and Xu, S-Y.
    1997Catalytic and DNA Binding Properties of PvuII Restriction Endonuclease Mutants.J.Biol.Chem.Nastri, H.G., Evans, P.D., Walker, I.H., and Riggs, P.D.
    2004Cassette-like variation of restriction enzyme genes in Escherichia coli C and relatives.Nucl.Acids Res.Sibley, M.H.and Raleigh, E.A.
    2015Caspr2 autoantibodies target multiple epitopes.Neurol Neuroimmunol NeuroinflammOlsen AL., Lai Y., Dalmau J., Scherer SS., Lancaster E.
    1996Carboxy-terminal sequence divergence and processing of the polyprotein antigen from Dirofilaria immitis1.Mol.Biochem.Parasitol.Poole, C.B., Hornstra, L.J., Benner, J.S., Fink, J.R., and McReynolds, L.A.
    2008Caged substrates for protein labeling and immobilizationChembiochem Banala J. et al.
    2011C.elegans galectins LEC-6 and LEC-10 interact with similar glycoconjugates in the intestine.J Biol Chem.Maduzia, L.L., Yu, E.and Zhang, Y.
    1988BsrI, a unique restriction endonuclease from Bacillus stearothermophilus which recognizes 5'ACTGG3'.Nucl.Acids Res.Polisson, C., and Morgan, R.D.
    2010BspRI restriction endonuclease: cloning, expression in E.coli and sequential cleavage mechanism.Nucleic Acids Research Advance Access Rasko, T., Der, A., Klement, E., Slaska-Kiss, K., Posfai, E., Medzihradsky, K.F., Marshak, D.R., Roberts, R.J., Kiss, A.
    1993Brugia pahangi and Brugia malayi: A Surface-Associated Glycoprotein (gp15/400) is Composed of Multiple Tandemly Repeated Units and Processed from a 400-kDa Precursor1.Exp.Parasitol.Tweedie, S., Paxton.W, A., Ingram, L., Maizels, R.M., McReynolds, L.A., and Selkirk, M.E.