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Rnase

Official Full Name
Rnase
Background
Aspergillus oryzae Ribonuclease T2 is a member of the RNase T2 family of endonucleases that are present in a wide variety of microbial, plant and animal species. In contrast to Aspergillus oryzae Ribonuclease T1, which is an exclusively guanylic-acid specific endonuclease, all RNase T2-like enzymes are essentially base non-specific. However, RNase T2 endonucleases from different species can show slight base preferences. The fungal enzymes, including Aspargillus oryzae RNaseT2, show slight base preference in the following order: A>G>C, U. RNase T2 cleaves between the 3’-phosphate residue of one base and the 5’-OH residue of the adjacent nucleotide forming a 2’, 3’-cyclic phosphate intermediate followed by the generation of oligonucleotides with 3’-phosphate residues. This enzyme is also used as a non-mammalian source of RNase in various applications.
Synonyms
Ribonuclease T2; RNase T2; Ribonuclease

Catalog
ProductName
EC No.
CAS No.
Source
Price
CatalogEXWM-3603
EC No.EC 3.1.27.5
CAS No.9001-99-4
Source
CatalogEXWM-3601
ProductNameribonuclease T1
EC No.EC 3.1.27.3
CAS No.9026-12-4
Source
CatalogNATE-1140
EC No.
CAS No.
SourceHEK293 cells
CatalogPHAM-240
EC No.
CAS No.
SourceBovine (Swine) ...
CatalogNATE-0658
EC No.EC 3.1.27.3
CAS No.9026-12-4
SourceAspergillus ory...
CatalogNATE-0657
EC No.EC 3.1.4.34
CAS No.9050-76-4
SourceE. coli
CatalogNATE-0656
EC No.EC 3.1.27.5
CAS No.9001-99-4
SourceBovine pancreas
CatalogNATE-0655
EC No.EC 3.1.27.5
CAS No.9001-99-4
SourceBovine pancreas
Related Services
Related Protocols
RIBONUCLEASE T2 -Enzymatic Assay Protocol
ribonuclease_u1 -Enzymatic Assay Protocol

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