BamH1

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 BamH1 is a bacterial enzyme, known as a restiction endonuclease, from the bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens. It cuts between the G and G bases of a GGATCC restiction site to leave sticky ends.
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BamH1 is a bacterial [[enzyme|enzyme]], known as a [[Restriction_endonucleases|restriction endonuclease]], from the bacterium ''Bacillus amyloliquefaciens''. It cuts between the G and G bases of a GGATCC restiction site to leave [[‘sticky’_ends|sticky ends]].

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BamH1 is a bacterial enzyme, known as a restriction endonuclease, from the bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens. It cuts between the G and G bases of a GGATCC restiction site to leave sticky ends.

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