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Shrimp DNase is an endonuclease that selectively digests double-stranded linear and circular DNA over single-stranded DNA. This 43-kDa enzyme originates from the hepatopancreas of Northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis). Reportedly, in the presence of magnesium it is selective for dsDNA, but can also digest ssDNA with the addition of calcium.