Nucleases

Nucleases

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    RNase A (RP145)

    The Ribonuclease A (RNase A) is a 13.7 kDa (monomer) endoribonuclease isolated from bovine pancreas, which selectively cleaves single-stranded RNA 3’ next to pyrimidine residues (cytosine, uracil). It degrades RNA to cyclic nucleotide monophosphates to 5’- OH and 2’-, 3’-cyclic monophosphate. The enzyme exhibits no endonuclease or exonuclease activity towards DNA substrates. The RNase A is used to remove RNA during the isolation procedures of plasmid and genomic DNA.
    RP147, RP145

    78,00 € NET

    (95,94 € GROSS)

    RNase H (RT34)

    RNase H is a 18.9 kDa recombinant endoribonuclease purified from an Escherichia coli strain. The enzyme hydrolyses specifically the phosphodiester bonds of RNA hybridized to DNA and produces 5´ phosphate-terminated oligoribonucleotides and single-stranded DNA. RNase H does not degrade single and double-stranded DNA or unhybridized RNA. It is a key enzyme in the removal of mRNA after first-strand cDNA synthesis. Treating cDNA with RNase H prior to PCR can improve sensitivity as RNA bonded to the cDNA template may prevent binding of the amplification primers in a PCR reaction. RNase H treatment is often necessary when amplifying longer, full-length cDNA targets. In addition, RNase H is useful for the removal of poly(A) tails on mRNAs after hybridization with oligo(dT) and also for the site-specific enzymatic cleavage of RNA.

    RT34, RT34-025, RT34-050

    85,00 € NET

    (104,55 € GROSS)