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Kinase buffer that has been specially optimized for use with LRRK2 and LRRK2 mutants.
Thermo Scientific Pyrophosphatase, Inorganic catalyzes the hydrolysis of inorganic pyrophosphate into two orthophosphates. The enzyme requires a divalent metal cation with Mg2+ conferring the highest activity.
Transcription Buffer (10X) Thermo Scientific™
Thermo Scientific enzymes for in vitro transcription are designed for efficient and reliable RNA synthesis. These enzymes cover the entire synthesis workflow from template preparation to post-transcriptional modifications, ensuring optimal performance and high yields of synthesized RNA.
Kinase Quench Buffer (500 mM EDTA) is an essential component for kinase assays using LanthaScreen® technology. The Kinase Quench Buffer is used to stop the kinase reaction.
Agarase (0.5 U/μL) Thermo Scientific™
Thermo Scientific Agarase is an enzyme that specifically digests the agarose polysaccharide core into neoagaro-oligosaccharides. Agarase allows for gentle yet efficient recovery of DNA or RNA fragments from low melting point agarose.
5X Kinase Buffer A Invitrogen™
The 5X Kinase Buffer A is a concentrated general kinase assay buffer that can be used with a variety of assay technologies such as, LanthaScreen™, Adapta™, and Z’-LYTE™ assays. Ready to use and validated with LanthaScreen™, Adapta™, and Z’LYTE™ assays • Optimized 5X concentrated formulation •...
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Thermo Scientific DNA/RNA modifying enzymes are supplied with optimized reaction buffers. However, it is often convenient to use these enzymes in other buffers for experiments that involve multiple enzymatic reactions.
Alkaline phosphatase and polynucleotide kinase for DNA and RNA dephosphorylation or phosphorylation., Properties of RNA polymerases for in vitro transcription, RNA labeling, synthesis of antisense RNA and siRNA, studies of RNA splicing and secondary structure.
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Are the Anza modifying enzymes compatible with the Anza Buffer?
Are the Anza modifying enzymes compatible with the Anza Buffer?