Flavobacterium aquatile

Fla·vo·bac·te·ri·um aq·ua'·tile

a species found in water containing a high percentage of calcium carbonate; it is the type species of Flavobacterium.
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5 bp long sequences are important for the binding of many enzymes including the methyltransferase; both methylases (LlaDII and Bsp6I R/M) have two recognition sites (5'-GCGGC-3' and 5'-GCCGC-3') [3-0] and 5'-CCCGC-3' is the recognition site of the DNA methyltransferase (methylase) FauIA (of the restriction-modification system FauI from Flavobacterium aquatile) 30].