Lymorphism in the native Bat1 as well as being relevant for the creation of Bat1 derivatives with novel specificity (dBats). We hypothesize that nonRVD polymorphisms may have two functionally relevant, non-mutually-exclusive, effects. (i) The formation of unique but functionally equivalent repeat interfaces that stabilize the superhelical structure formed by tandem-arranged repeats (4,5) (superstr


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