RNase


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Synonyms for RNase

a transferase that catalyzes the hydrolysis of ribonucleic acid

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Primer unblocking by RNase H2 is very sensitive to correct base pairing and will be inhibited if there is a base mismatch in the cleavage site area.
firstly for their ability to inhibit the HIV-1 RNase H activity, for which no drugs are currently available (Corona et al.
The antiviral effects of human OAS1 p42, OAS1 p46, and OAS3 p100 correlate with their abilities to trigger RNase L activation in DENV-2 infected cells.
In order to enhance and correct this method, we assessed different common RNA extraction methods from pancreatic tissue with particular focus on the effect of frozen storage and RNase inhibition strategies, both of which affect RNA quality.
Interferon relays distress signals from infected cells to neighboring healthy cells, thereby activating RNase L to turn on its ability to slice through RNA, a type of genetic material that is similar to DNA.
Contamination with RNases from non-purified water or reagents would have led to degradation of the probes, and detection of Gli1 with the antisense probe would have been impossible.
These experiments established the presence of an unusually reactive [gamma]-carboxyl group at Glu58 in the active site of RNase [T.
For the purpose of maximizing RNase production, we used the direction of the steepest ascent.
Tests of DBS calibrators made from dilutions of known leukocyte concentrations into leukocyte-depleted blood (14) showed RNase P copy numbers consistent with expected concentrations of cells per milliliter (e.
The extension requires two additional steps to the traditional transformation protocol: to allow the students time to treat their DNA sample and then to have more plates available for the students to transform the appropriate number of aliquots of competent cells (usually six: no DNA negative control, positive control of plasma with no treatment, amylase, protease, DNase, and RNase treatment).
Isolation of RNase H genes that are essential for growth of Bacillus subtilis 168.
To assess the sensitivity to protein amounts, denaturation profiles of bovine pancreatic RNAse A were generated with three different amounts of protein: 10 [micro]g, 1 [micro]g, and 100 ng.
Under the agreement, Agilent will make a payment to Invitrogen for an undisclosed amount and discontinue sales of RNase H minus reverse transcriptase products.
Paul Cheney, MD, PhD, believes that abnormalities in the RNase L pathway, first reported by R.
6 M over the next five years for a project "HIV RNase H natural product inhibitors" to develop novel HIV therapeutics directed at the under-explored HIV target ribonuclease H (RNase H).