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What is the purpose of restriction enzymes?



A. Protect the bacterium from virus attack by not allowing the virus to attach to the cell wall.
B. Protect the bacterium from the DNA of other organisms the bacterium infects.
C. Protect the bacterium from replicating its DNA at the wrong time.
D. Protect the bacterium from virus attack by cutting up foreign DNA.

This question is part of Restriction Enzyme Assessment

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jcorban

Jcorban

Answered on Nov 18, 2017

Protect the bacterium from virus attack by cutting up foreign dna.

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