DNase I, Rhodamine/TAMRA labeled
Deoxynuclease I, Rhodamine Labeled
Synonym: DNase I TAMRA labeled, DNase I Rhodamine B, DNase I TRITC.
Similar products: Alexa fluor 546 DNase I, SF546 DNase I.
Rhodamine labeled DNase I is one of Nanocs’ fluorescent DNase conjugates. Deoxyribonuclease I, also called DNase I, is a endonuclease that cleaves DNA preferentially at phosphodiester linkages adjacent to a pyrimidine nucleotide. DNase is konown to be involved in apoptosisis and plays a role in actin polymerization. Nanocs provides a number of fluorescent labeled DNase I products that span from UV region to near IR. These fluorescent DNase conjugates can be used for enzyme studies, bioassay development and many other biomedical research. Nanocs Rhodamine labeled DNase I, TAMRA DNase I is a red fluorescent DNase I conjugate that has excitation/emission wavelength at 544/576 nm. This Rhodamine labeled DNase enzyme can be easily detected by fluorescent instruments in Rhodamine channel. All our fluorescent DNase conjugates were purified by size chromatography to remove non-conjugated molecules and ensure adequate applications both in-vitro and in-vivo.
- DNase source: Bovine pancreas.
- 2~5 Rhodamine dyes on each DNase molecule.
- Molecular weight: ~29.1 kD
- DNase I conjugates provided either in water solution and dried powder;
- Store at 4 0C. Protect from light.