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re·stric·tion map

the order of restriction sites along a chromosome or plasmid.

restriction map

A diagram of the sites on DNA that are cut by different RESTRICTION ENZYMES.

restriction map

for a DNA molecule, is constructed for a particular restriction endonuclease by ordering the fragments left to right in the DNA molecule. By convention, there are six fragments which are labeled in order of decreasing size, ABCDEF, but the order left to right in the genome may be DCBAFE.
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The whole-genome restriction map for R1101 was compared with in silico NcoI restriction maps of 33 complete genome sequences from the family Nocardiaceae, retrieved from GenBank; these sequences included R.
Restriction maps of the ITS1 sequences were done using the software Primer-Premier.
These restriction maps were compared with the draft genomic sequences and with the sizes of the fragments that hybridized with gene-specific and BAC end probes to confirm the overall assembly.
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