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gDNA contamination

gDNA contamination
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  • Control for genomic background - ValidPrime® replaces the need to perform no reverse transcriptase (RT(-)) controls to test for the presence of genomic DNA (gDNA) for all samples in your real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) profiling.
    from 159.00 EUR
  • Cod Uracil-DNA Glycosylase (Cod UNG) from Atlantic cod is the only commercially available UNG enzyme that is completely and irreversibly inactivated by moderate heat treatment.
    from 104.00 EUR
  • HL-dsDNase is inactivated at 55°C above pH 8.0. This is the preferred DNase for removal of genomic DNA from RNA preparations, and is the enzyme used in our Heat&Run kit.
    from 280.00 EUR
  • Double-strand specific DNase (dsDNase) is a unique double-strand specific endonuclease. As it does not digest ssDNA, it can be used to remove dsDNA in the presence of single stranded DNA molecules, such as primers and probes. dsDNase is heat-labile, which makes it ideal for applications where the DNase have to be inactivated.
    from 156.00 EUR
  • The PCR Decontamination Kit removes contaminating DNA in PCR master mixes, without reduction of PCR sensitivity.
    104.00 EUR
  • The Heat&Run gDNA removal kit removes contaminating gDNA from RNA prior to reverse transcription.
    from 130.00 EUR
  • Shrimp Alkaline Phosphatase (SAP) – still the golden standard and the first heat-labile alkaline phosphatase on the market. It is a multipurpose alkaline phosphatase that can be fully inactivated by a short heat treatment.
    from 104.00 EUR
  • This enzyme will allow for removal of nucleic acids in a traditional protein buffer regime – ie the protein is well protected while the nucleic acids are fully removed.
    from 130.00 EUR