Enzyme to digest dsDNA in ss/ds mix

Gerd Nilsen gerd.nilsen at biotec.no
Tue Jan 24 07:34:18 EST 2006


On 18 Jan 2006 15:37:40 -0800, "Susan Hogarth" <hogarth at gmail.com <http://www.bio.net/biomail/listinfo/methods> >
wrote:
 
>Is there an enzyme which will digest dsDNA in a ss/ds mix?

 

Shrimp nuclease is a dsDNA specific endonuclease, and will do the job. Shrimp nuclease is easily heat-inactivated after use. 

Currently, Shrimp nuclease is distributed by USB, GE Healthcare, and ABgene. 

 

I do represent the producer of the enzyme, but hope I am allowed to answer a specific question.

 

Best regards 

 

Gerd Nilsen

Product manager Marine Biochemicals

 

Biotec Pharmacon ASA

Strandgata 3

N-9008 Tromsø

Norway

e-mail: gn at biotec.no <mailto:gn at biotec.no> 

Tel:  +47 7764 8915

Fax:  +47 7764 8901

 

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