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A biotin interference assay highlights two different asymmetric interaction profiles for lambda integrase arm-type binding sites in integrative versus excisive recombination.

Hazelbaker D, Azaro MA, Landy A. A biotin interference assay highlights two different asymmetric interaction profiles for lambda integrase arm-type binding sites in integrative versus excisive recombination. J Biol Chem. 2008 May 02; 283(18):12402-14.

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