Accuzyme

Accuzyme™

Molecular biology A thermostable enzyme possessing 5 -3  DNA polymerase and 3 -5  high-fidelity proof-reading exonuclease activities, producing blunt-ended amplicons of up to 5Kb in length, optimised for use in a detergent-free system.
Wound care A topical ointment containing urea and papain, which is FDA approved for debriding wounds.
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Accuzyme

Wound care An enzymatic ointment for debriding acute and chronic wounds. See Wound care.
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What is Accuzyme? Advancement of Wound Healing and Diabetic Foot Pathology.
Esta reaccion fue llevada a cabo con 100 ng de ADN genomico en una reaccion de 25 [micron]L de volumen final conteniendo 1x mezcla master (Promega)/ mezcla Accuzyme (Bioline), 0,4 pmol de cada cebador.
The Taqman real-time PCR protocol was performed in a final volume of 25 [micro]L and contained: 1 [micro]L of template DNA, 10 [micro]L of Power SYBR Green PCR Master Mix (Applied Biosystems: Foster City, CA), 7.24 [micro]L double deionized water, 0.16 [micro]L Accuzyme DNA polymerase (Bioline: Randolph, MA), and 0.8 [micro]L of each primer, and was carried out in 96-well plates (Applied Biosystems: Foster City, CA) that had been sealed with film, and centrifuged for approximately 30 s (100 rpm) prior to RTQ PCR.