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Exo-Resistant Random Hexamer
Exo-Resistant Random Hexamer

Protects from 3'=>5' exonuclease degradation and ensures efficient priming of DNA synthesis.
 
Name Cat# Description Price Qty
Exo-Resistant Random Primer
ERRP-100
100l, 100 reactions, 500 M (1.1 g/l)
$20.00
Exo-Resistant Random Primer
ERRP-110
1,000l , 1,000 reactions, 500 M (1.1 g/l)
$100.00
Exo-Resistant Random Primer
ERRP-120
10,000l, 10,000 reactions, 500 M (1.1 g/l)
$500.00
Exo-Resistant Random Primer
ERRP-OEM
Any size, 500 M (1.1 g/l)
please inquire
Description:
MCLAB´s Exo-Resistant Random Primer is a mixture of single-stranded random oligonucleotides. It can be used in many applications such as highly efficient random priming of various DNA synthesis reactions. The primer in this prodcut has two 3´-terminal phosphorothioate (PTO) modifications that are resistant to the 3´> 5´ exonuclease activity of proofreading DNA polymerases (1), like Klenow Fragment and phi29 DNA Polymerase. It also has 5´- and 3´-hydroxyl ends. The product is supplied in a ready-to-use, 20x concentrated aqueous solution.

Application:
- Strand displacement amplification of genomic DNA (2), plasmids and phage DNA (3).
- DNA labeling by random primers (4-6).

Concentration:
500 µM (1.1 µg/µl)

Quality Control:
Functionally tested for the efficient priming of DNA synthesis using phi29 DNA Polymerase.

Reference:
1. Skerra, A., Phosphorothioate primers improve the amplification of DNA sequences by DNA polymerases with proofreading activity, Nucleic Acids Res., 20, 3551-3554, 1992.
2. Dean, F.B., et al., Comprehensive human genome amplification using multiple displacement amplification, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 99, 5261-5266, 2002.
3. Dean, F.B., et al., Rapid amplification of plasmid and phage DNA using phi29 DNA polymerase and multiply-primed rolling circle amplification, Genome Res., 11, 1095-1099, 2001.
4. Feinberg, A.P. and Vogelstein, B., A technique for radiolabeling DNA restriction endonuclease fragments to high specific activity, Anal. Biochem., 132, 6-13, 1983.
5. Feinberg, A.P. and Vogelstein, B., A technique for radiolabeling DNA restriction endonuclease fragments to high specific activity, Addendum, Anal. Biochem., 137, 266-267, 1984.
6. Mackey, J., et al., Use of random primer extension for concurrent amplification and nonradioactive labeling of nucleic acids, Anal. Biochem., 212, 428-435, 1993.


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