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Company EPICENTRE Biotechnologies
Item TypeOne Restriction Inhibitor
Price $135.00
Description DNA transformation can be difficult to achieve in many bacterial strains due to the presence of one or more restriction and modification (R-M) systems that cleave unmodified DNA that is recognized as "foreign". TypeOne™ Restriction Inhibitor provides a powerful method for increasing transformation efficiencies in bacterial strains with type I R-M systems. Developed as a unique preparation of a phage protein called "ocr", TypeOne Inhibitor is readily electroporated into cells along with transforming DNA. In vivo the protein acts as a molecular decoy that blocks the DNA binding site of type I R-M enzymes and inhibits DNA cleavage.
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