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RNase H from Roche Applied Science

ProductsRNase H from Roche Applied Science
Company Roche Applied Science
Item RNase H
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Description RNase H degrades, as an endoribonuclease, the RNA strand of RNA DNA hybrids of natural origin, e.g. that of phage FX174, and of synthetic complexes, e.g. poly(A) x poly(dT). RNase H produces ribonucleotides with 5-phosphate and 3-OH termini. Nearly no activity is detected with polyribonucleotides alone or polymers annealed to their complementary ribopolymer.
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Roche Diagnostics Corporation
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