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Restriction sites or restriction recognition sites are locations on a DNA molecule containing specific sequences of nuleotides, which are recognized by restriction enzymes.they are generally palindromic sequences.
recognition site or recognition sequence, of any DNA binding protein motif that exibits binding specificity, refers to the DNA sequence to which the domain is specific. recognition sites are palindromes.

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