A restriction endonuclease is an enzyme that catalyzes DNA cleavage at sites of particular sequences, known as restriction sites. These enzymes are mainly produced by bacteria. These restriction enzymes are commonly used to enable the insertion of genes of interest to vectors prior to DNA transformation.
Name the restriction endonuclease that cuts at the following sites. Indicate whether it cuts in a blunt or staggered manner.
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