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Restriction Enzymes

Restriction enzymes are DNA-cutting enzymes found in bacteria (and harvested from them for use). Because they cut within the molecule, they are often called restriction endonucleases. A restriction enzyme recognizes and cuts DNA only at a particular sequence of nucleotides. These Restriction enzymes from bacteria are provided by HiMedia that can recognize specific base sequence in DNA at that site.
 
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Product Description Technical Data MSDS Details

MBRE008

Alu I (Source : Arthrobacter luteus)

MBRE002

BamH I (Source : Bacillus amyloliquefaciens )

MBRE018

Bgl II (Source : Bacillus globigii)

MBRE001

EcoR I (Source : Escherichia coli)

MBRE009

EcoR V (Source : Escherichia coli)

MBRE003

Hind III (Source : Haemophilus influenzae)

MBRE006

Hinf I (Source : Haemophilus influenzae)

MBRE010

Kpn I (Source : Klebsiella pneumoniae)

MBRE012

Sac I (Source : Streptomyces achromogenes )

MBRE013

Sca I (Source : Streptomyces albus)

MBRE014

Sph I (Source : Streptomyces phaeochromogenes)

MBRE004

Taq I (Source : Thermus aquaticus )

MBRE007

Hae III (Source : Haemophilus aegyptius)

MBRE019

Hinc II (Source : Haemophilus influenzae RC)

MBRE020

Mlu I (Source : Micrococcus luteus)

MBRE017

Nco I (Source : Nocardia corallina)

MBRE005

Not I (Source : Nocardia otitidis)

MBRE011

Pst I (Source : Providencia stuartii)

MBRE022

Pvu II (Source : Proteus vulgaris)

MBRE021

Sma I (Source : Serratia marcescens)

MBRE015

Stu I (Source : Streptomyces tubercidicus )

MBRE016

Xba I (Source : Xanthomonas badrii )

 
 
 
 
     
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