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Ribonuclease A for Molecular Biology – High Quality & Versatile Enzyme

  • 70Kunitz units/mg protein
  • Lyophilized
  • Endoribonuclease that attacks at the 3’OH-phosphate of a pyrimidine nucleotide
  • Perfect for various molecular biology applications
  • Highly efficient and reliable
  • Offers excellent specificity and activity
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Ribonuclease A for Molecular Biology - High Quality & Versatile Enzyme

Introducing our Ribonuclease A for molecular biology, a highly efficient and versatile enzyme widely used in various molecular biology applications. With 70Kunitz units/mg protein, this lyophilized product offers exceptional performance and reliability for your research needs.

Derived from bovine pancreas, specifically isolated from Pancreatic Ribonuclease, this Ribonuclease A is a potent endoribonuclease that specifically attacks the 3'u201au00c4u00f4OHphosphate of a pyrimidine nucleotide, making it an ideal tool for studying RNA and RNA-protein interactions in molecular biology experiments.

Key Features:

  • High quality Ribonuclease A for molecular biology
  • Lyophilized format for enhanced stability
  • Derived from bovine pancreas (Pancreatic Ribonuclease)
  • Endoribonuclease that attacks at the 3'u201au00c4u00f4OHphosphate of a pyrimidine nucleotide

Product Details:

  • Catalog Number: R6513
  • Alternate Names: RNAsea, RNase A, Ribonucleate 3'u201au00c4u2264-pyrimidinooligonucleotidohydrolase
  • CAS Number: 9001-99-4
  • Units: 70Kunitz units/mg protein
  • Purity: High purity
  • Form: Lyophilized

Applications:

Our Ribonuclease A for molecular biology has a wide range of applications in various research fields. Here are some of the key uses:

  • RNA Degradation: Ribonuclease A is commonly used for controlled RNA degradation in molecular biology experiments. It specifically cleaves RNA at the 3'u201au00c4u00f4OHphosphate of a pyrimidine nucleotide, resulting in precise and controlled RNA fragmentation.
  • RNA Extraction: This enzyme can be used in RNA extraction protocols to remove contaminating RNA or to degrade unwanted RNA in samples.
  • RNA-Protein Interactions: Ribonuclease A is a valuable tool for studying RNA-protein interactions. It can be used to identify RNA binding regions in proteins or to probe the binding specificity of RNA-protein complexes.
  • RNA Structure Analysis: By selectively cleaving RNA molecules at specific sites, Ribonuclease A enables the analysis of RNA secondary and tertiary structures.
  • Transcription Studies: Researchers often use Ribonuclease A to degrade unwanted RNA during in vitro transcription reactions, allowing the production of specific RNA transcripts.
  • Other Applications: Ribonuclease A has also been used in studies related to RNA splicing, RNA sequencing, RNA localization, and more.

Storage and Handling:

To ensure optimal performance and stability, it is recommended to store our Ribonuclease A for molecular biology at -20u00b0C. When handled properly, this lyophilized enzyme remains active and stable for extended periods.

Precautions:

  • Always wear proper protective clothing, gloves, and eyewear when handling Ribonuclease A.
  • Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothing. In case of contact, rinse immediately with plenty of water.
  • Handle this enzyme with care to avoid contamination. Contaminated samples may yield inaccurate or skewed results in downstream applications.
  • Do not expose the lyophilized Ribonuclease A to excessive heat or repeated freeze-thaw cycles, as it may result in enzyme inactivation and reduced performance.

With its high quality, reliability, and exceptional performance, our Ribonuclease A for molecular biology is an essential tool for any researcher working in the field of molecular biology. Order yours today and experience the power of this versatile enzyme.

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