Sv: Restriction Enzyme Stability at 50 degC?
ali at image.dk
Tue Jul 3 04:36:00 EST 2001
There is a "short technical report" in biotechniques euroedition nov/dec
2000 p42 by Jason Clark on working with (or transporting) restriction
enzymes under tropical conditions. The article doesn't discuss using the
enzymes at higher temperatures, but anyway it might be of interest to you.
"Wolfgang Schechinger" <wolfsc at ibms.sinica.edu.tw> skrev i en
nyhedsmeddelelse:3B43380B.27654.340069 at localhost...
> Hi all,
> is there any info on stability / survival / star activity of restriction
> enzymes normally used at 37 degC when they are forced to
> work under more tropical conditions (i.e. in a double digest with
> SfiI at 50 degreesC?)
> All input is welcome,
> PS I do not mean we have no thermostat here...
> [tiss mezzage wahs broduceRd using TYPO GENERATOR zoffwer]
> Dr. Wolfgang Schechinger
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