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MedexSupply Announces the Release of the ADC Limited Edition Pink Ribbon Stethoscope, With Proceeds Being Donated to Breast Cancer Research

...clearly and one can easily use it to auscultate bruits in the neck and groin. And because it does not stick out like a Littman, the chances of someone nicking it are nil." The slightly enlarged bell easily fits into the spaces between the ribs and can augment all heart sounds. Bruits or murmurs all ...
Nicking in Biological Technology

UV Nicking of DNA in Agarose Gels for Enhanced Transfer and Detection of Megabase Size DNAs

Introduction The transfer efficiency of large (>100 kb) DNAs from agarose gels to membrane is poor unless the DNAs are nicked prior to transfer. Although this has traditionally been accomplished with HCl depurination, UV irradiation ...

New Insights Into DNA Decontamination

...action and not an enzymatic activity. Large plasmids require a longer incubation time than small ones (e.g. a primer). Assuming that a theoretical nicking activity of 100,000 nicks per minute is present, all DNA fragments will be destroyed, independent of their size. Smaller fragments will disappear ...

Proteinase K, Recombinant, PCR Grade: the Ideal Tool for Template Preparations

... specification parameters and the minimized contamination result in the best quality available on the market. That means absence of endonucleases, nicking activity, and ribonucleases, a DNA content of less than 10 pg/mg, and a low bioburden content of less than 5 cfu/ml in solution, and less than 1...

Protector RNase Inhibitor Enhance the Protection of RNA against Degradation

...itor is Produced under GMP conditions and delivered according to specifications as a highly purified product without detectable endonucleases or nicking activity. In addition, the product has a DNA content of < 100 pg/mg and a bioburden of Completely free of detectable RNases (many commercia...

Enjoy a Greater Sense of Security with PCR-Grade Water

... LightCycler Kits. In addition, this water is guaranteed to be free of detectable endonucleases, ribonucleases, and nicking activity. With all the things that can go wrong in a PCR or RT-PCR reaction, give yourself a greater sense of secur...

PCR Master

...h temperature incubations Enhances specificity of amplification, because it is highly processive and free of exonuclease and nicking activities Increases sensitivity, because it produces good yields even when template amounts are limiting Best ...

PCR Grade Water

...-claved water Free of detectable endonucleases, ribonucleases and nicking activity Routinely function checked in PCR pH at 20C: 8.3 ... DNA fragments. Absence of nicking activity: 1 g supercoiled pBR322 DNA is incubated with vari-ou...

Product overview

... supplier to function test each lot of dNTPs for RNase, DNase, and nicking activity. PCR-Grade Water ...aranteed to be free of detectable endonucleases, ribonucleases and nicking activity. PCR Maste...

Taq DNA Polymerase

...h temperature incubations Enhances specificity of amplification, because it is highly processive and free of exonuclease and nicking activities Increases sensitivity, because it produces good yields even when template amounts are limiting Best ...

PCR Grade Deoxynucleotides

...nction in RT-PCR to ensure optimal performance Free of RNase, DNase, and nicking activity Free of additives that could interfere with PCR or ...
Nicking in Biological Dictionary

AP endonuclease

...ht to reflect the ... ... we report that the human AP endonuclease directly catalyzes incision in a ... Identification of the Purified pBQ-dC nicking Enzyme With the Human AP Endonuclease . ... The European ... AP endonucleases can be classified into two families based on ... AP endonuc...
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