isoschizomer


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i·so·schiz·o·mer

(ī'sō-skiz'ō-mĕr),
A restriction endonuclease from different organisms that recognizes and hydrolyzes at the same DNA sequence.
[jiso- + G. schizō to split, + -mer]

isoschizomer

a RESTRICTION ENZYME that recognizes the same recognition sequence for cleavage of the DNA as other restriction enzymes.
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In both methods, the DNA was digested by HpaII (a methylation-sensitive enzyme) and MspI (a methylation-insensitive isoschizomer enzyme) and analyzed by real-time PCR amplification.
Comparative isoschizomer profiling of cytosine methylation: the HELP assay.
The amplified samples were checked for purity and quantity on a standard agarose gel (10 g/L) and digested with Cfol, an isoschizomer of Hhal.