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Enzymes for Molecular Biology: Heat labile & Salt Tolerant Enzymes

New range of enzymes for 2019. Our new range of enzymes include novel enzymes specifically designed or engineered to be amazingly tolerant to high salt concentrations, function at very low temperatures and heat inactivated.

Agarose Gel-Digesting enzyme

Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation is a unique enzyme solution developed for simple, quantitative recovery of intact DNA and RNA from low melting point (LMP) agarose gels following electrophoresis in TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers

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Catalogue No.DescriptionPack SizePriceQty
CA-1725-030Agarose Gel-Digesting Enzyme30 units (1U/ul) POA Quantity Add to Order
CA-1725-300Agarose Gel-Digesting Enzyme300 units (1U/ul) POA Quantity Add to Order

Agarose Gel-Digesting enzyme

Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation is a unique enzyme solution developed for simple, quantitative recovery of intact DNA and RNA from low melting point (LMP) agarose gels following electrophoresis in TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers

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Your Replacement for Gelase™ Gel digestion enzyme is here!

Cambio Agarose Gel-Digesting Enzyme is a unique enzyme solution developed for simple, quantitative recovery of intact DNA and RNA from low melting point (LMP) agarose gels following electrophoresis in TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers. This product is an agarase derived from a heat-resistant microorganism found  in the deep oceans. It has excellent heat resistance compared to conventional agarase.

Agarose Gel-Digesting Enzyme digests the carbohydrate backbone of molten agarose into small, soluble oligosaccharides (neoagaro-oligosaccharides). While the agarose solution after the degradation does not form a gel again. This property allows Agarase to be used for extracting nucleic acid from agarose gels.

The advantages of nucleic acid extraction by Agarose Gel Digetsing Enzyme include the  following:

  • Simple Protocol
  • Non -hazardous reagents
  • Low melting point agarose compatible
  • Relatively large DNA fragments can be recovered without damage.
  • Suitable for gels made with TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers
  • Extremely stable at -20°C, 4°C and ambient for long periods
  • Retains 100% activity after >120 Freeze thaw cycle

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Composition
Thermostable β-Agarase (30 units / 300 units)× 1 Vial

Activity  
1 unit/ μl

Storage Conditions
50 mM NaCl, 20 mM Tris-HCl (pH 7.5)

Definition of Units
One  unit  is  defined  as  an  enzyme  activity  that  produces  reducing
sugar equivalent amount of 1 μmol D-galactose from agarose gel per
1 min at 60°C.

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Agarose Gel-Digesting enzyme

Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation is a unique enzyme solution developed for simple, quantitative recovery of intact DNA and RNA from low melting point (LMP) agarose gels following electrophoresis in TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers

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Agarose Gel-Digesting enzyme

Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation is a unique enzyme solution developed for simple, quantitative recovery of intact DNA and RNA from low melting point (LMP) agarose gels following electrophoresis in TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers

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If you cannot find the answer to your problem below then please contact us or telephone 01954 210 200