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EB Buffer

Buffer EB is the elution buffer used in many Qiagen kits, e.g. PCR, Gel Extraction, Nucleotide Removal Kits, MinElute Kits  and the QIAprep Miniprep Kits for DNA cleanup or small-scale plasmid purification. The purified DNA can also be eluted in TE (10 mM Tris-Cl, 1 mM EDTA, pH 8.0), but the EDTA may inhibit certain subsequent enzymatic reactions.

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ELISA
ELISA, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, is a common biochemistry assay used to detect a substance in a liquid or wet sample. It is a fast and reliable method to evaluate the presence and concentration of an antigen or antibody in a sample.
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Endonuclease III (Nth)
Endonuclease III (Nth) protein from E. coli acts as both N-glycosylase and a AP-lyase. The N-glycosylase activity releases damaged pyrimidines from double-stranded DNA, generating a basic (AP site).
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Endonuclease IV, <i>E. coli</i>
A class II apurinic/apyrimidic (AP) enzyme that cleaves 5’ to an AP site by hydrolysis leaving a hydroxyl group at the 3´ terminus and a deoxyribose 5´-phosphate at the 5´ terminus
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Endonuclease V, E. coli
Endonuclease V, (Endo V) is a 3'-endonuclease involved in DNA repair, which initiates removal of deaminated bases from damaged DNA, including uracil, hypoxanthine, and xanthine.
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Endonuclease VIII, E. coli
Endonuclease VIII from E. coli acts as both an N-glycosylase and an AP-lyase. The N-glycosylase activity releases damaged pyrimidines from double-stranded DNA, generating an apurinic (AP site).
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Epoxy-activated Agarose for Ligand or Protein Coupling
Epoxy-activated Agarose is a pre-activated affinity chromatography support for the immobilization of a variety of biomolecules that contain nucleophiles, such as hydroxyl, amino, or thiol groups. These groups couple to the epoxy groups on the support, which is then used for the purification of proteins, carbohydrates, or DNA.
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Exo-Resistant Random Hexamer
Protects from 3'=>5' exonuclease degradation and ensures efficient priming of DNA synthesis.
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Exome Sequencing
The exome represents less than 2% of the human genome, but contains ~85% of known disease-causing variants, making whole-exome sequencing a cost-effective alternative to whole-genome sequencing. With exome sequencing, you can investigate the protein coding regions of the genome when sequencing an entire genome is not practical or necessary. It can efficiently identify variants across a wide range of applications, including population genetics, genetic disease, and cancer studies.

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Exonuclease I (<i>E. coli</i>)
Exonuclease I cleaves single-stranded DNA in the 3′→ 5′ direction, releasing 5′ -mono/di-nucleotides and leaving double-stranded DNA molecules and the 5'-terminus intact.
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Exonuclease III (<i>E. coli</i>)
Exonuclease III is a 3′→ 5′ exonuclease which acts by digesting one strand of a dsDNA duplex at a time or digesting the RNA strand of an RNA-DNA heteroduplex (1).
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Exonuclease VII

Exonuclease VII, (Exo VII) derived from E. coli, cleaves single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) from both 5´→3´ and 3´→5´ directions.

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Extreme Thermostable SSB (ET SSB)
Extreme Thermostable SSB is a single-stranded DNA binding protein isolated from a hyperthermophilic microorganism, which remains fully active after incubation at 95°C for 60 minutes.
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