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pyrocarbonate in Biological Technology

Decontamination and inhibition of ribonucleases

...ymes rely on histidine residues within the active site for catalytic activity and can be inactivated by the alkylating agent diethyl pyrocarbonate (DEPC) which modifies these residues. RNase contamination can effectively be avoided by using RNase-free solutions such as Eppendorf ...
pyrocarbonate in Biological Products

Diethyl pyrocarbonate from Research Organics, Inc.

Description: Harmful, Irritant, Combustible DEPC...
Company:Research Organics, Inc.
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Composition for medical, veterinary of cosmetological use containing a ...

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DEPC - OpenWetWare

Jump to: navigation, search. chemical structure of diethyl pyrocarbonate (DEPC) Diethyl pyrocarbonate (DEPC) is an efficient, nonspecific inhibitor of RNases. ...

JECFA Evaluations-DIETHYL PYROCARBONATE-

DIETHYL PYROCARBONATE; DIETHYL DICARBONATE. Functional class: ... Toxicological Abbreviations Diethyl pyrocarbonate (FAO Nutrition Meetings Report ...

264. Diethyl pyrocarbonate (WHO Food Additives Series 5)

Diethyl pyrocarbonate reacts to a slight extent by carbethoxylation with the ... Investigations using labelled diethyl pyrocarbonate revealed that it reacts ...

Diethyl pyrocarbonate in nucleic acid research.

BioInfoBank Library :: Diethyl pyrocarbonate in nucleic acid research. Direct chemical method for sequencing RNA. Improved lysis of group N streptococci for ...

Arginine 52 and Histidine 54 Located in a Conserved Amino-Terminal ...

Chemical modification by 2,3-butanedione or diethyl pyrocarbonate. ... Increasing concentrations of diethyl pyrocarbonate (0.1-0.5 mM) in absolute ...
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