A) Three plaque preparations (AcSINV-3 CiC, AcSINV-3 CiD, and AcSINV-3 DiD) were separated by centrifugation into soluble and pelleted fractions, treated with DNase
I, reverse transcribed, and the 3' end of the genome amplified by PCR.
There were a significant positive correlations between alkaline, acid DNase
activity and Ecto-5-prime nucleotidase with serum lead in group A [Iraqi workers employed on the operation of diesel generators] as shown in table 6.
inhibitor activity measured in the absence of guanidine- HCl represents the amount of G- actin in a sample and the activity after treating the sample with guanidine-HCl measures total actin.
I homologous residues in CdtB are critical for cytolethal distending toxin-mediated cell cycle arrest.
Bacterial amylase can be purchased (Carolina 202360) and has little to no DNAse
Nebulised antibiotics, which are used to treat and control infections, cost about pounds 10,500 per patient per year while DNase
- a medicine which breaks down mucus making it easier to clear - costs pounds 5,000 a year.
The thawed RNA templates were treated with DNase
, Promega, Tokyo) and reverse transcribed in the RT reaction mixture shown in Table 1 at 42[degrees]C for 1 h.
Fullerton, CA) has patented gene for Streptococcus pyogenes DNase
B has been cloned and vectors incorporating the cloned DNA have been used to transform Escherichia coli, allowing efficient and rapid production of the DNase
Disease-producing bacteria seem to make more of an enzyme called DNase
than benign microbes do, Nizet says.
RNA samples were treated with DNase
I at 37[degrees]C for 30 min to remove genomic DNA.
CF patients with chronic productive cough may benefit from a trial of daily inhaled DNase
The ultra-low TOC biological models produce pyrogen-free water with no Rnase or Dnase