The Type ISP Restriction-Modification enzymes LlaBIII and LlaGI use a translocation-collision mechanism to cleave non-specific DNA distant from their recognition sites

Eva Šišáková, Kara van Aelst, Fiona M Diffin, Mark D Szczelkun

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