Q. 33.7( 3 Votes )

What does H in’ ‘d’ and ‘III’ refer to in the enzyme Hind III?

Answer :

H refers to the organisms genus from which enzyme has been isolated. H refers to haemophilus.

d refers to the strain type. III refers to the sequence in which the restriction enzyme is isolated.


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