Double-strand specific DNase
The double-strand specific DNase from Arctic Shrimp (Pandalus borealis) is from a previously unknown gene family. It displays a unique double-strand specificity allowing it to perform in the presence of single stranded DNA molecules such as primers and probes. Ideal for protocols that allows for a discrete heat-inactivation step.
Main advantages with dsDNase
- Double-strand DNA specific endonuclease
- High specific activity
- Can be heat-inactivated by moderate heat treatment (65°C for 15 minutes)
- Producing 5′-phospho-oligonucleotide products
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