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The enzyme works by cleaving DNA into 5' phosphodinucleotide and small oligonucleotide fragments. DNase I is commonly added to cell lysis reagents to remove the viscosity caused by the DNA content in bacterial cell lysates or to remove the DNA templates from RNAs produced by in vitro transcription. cool

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DNase is an enzyme simply you can say which digests dna.

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