DNase


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DNase

also DNAse  (dē-ĕn′ās) or DNAase (dē′ĕn-ā′ās)
n.
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of DNA.

[DN(A) + -ase.]

DNase

(ˈdiˈɛn eɪs, -eɪz)

also DNAase

(ˈdiˈɛnˈeɪ eɪs, -eɪz)
n.
deoxyribonuclease: any of several enzymes that break down the DNA molecule into its component nucleotides.
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Nuclear translocation of DNase II and acid phosphatase during radiation-induced apoptosis in HL60 cells.
In order to eliminate contaminating protein and nucleic acids, treatment with proteinase K, DNase and RNase was performed prior to extraction step.
Total RNA was prepared using TRIZOL reagent (Invitrogen) and treated with DNase I (Invitrogen) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
* Treatment: We put Lauren on albuterol and recombinant human DNase respiratory treatments, pancreatic enzymes, and multivitamins with extra lipid-soluble vitamins and calcium supplements.
RNA cleanup was performed if samples were contaminated with DNA by treating the RNA preparation with an additional DNase I digestion and, if required, a final cleanup using the RNeasy Mini Kit (Qiagen).
The DNase inhibitor activity measured in the absence of guanidine- HCl represents the amount of G- actin in a sample and the activity after treating the sample with guanidine-HCl measures total actin.
Bacterial amylase can be purchased (Carolina 202360) and has little to no DNAse activity.
Second, even after heating the slurry made from M, domestica to 80 [degrees]C for 20 min, which was intended to eliminate the DNase activity, plasmid DNA degradation still occurred.
And less than two-thirds of patients who would benefit from DNase are receiving it.
Components Volume 5 x RT PCR Buffer (Invitrogen) 3 [micro]L RNase DNase free distilled water 2.83 [micro]L 0.1 M DTT (Invitrogen) 1 [micro]L DNTP (Invitrogen) (10 mM) 1 [micro]L RNase OUT (Invitrogen) 0.67 [micro]L Superscript II RT (Invitrogen) 1 [micro]L Reverse Primer (25 pM) 0.5 [micro]L DNase-treated RNA sample 10 [micro]L Total 20 [micro]L TABLE 2.
To test whether it is DNase that helps strep A bacteria escape NETs, the researchers created a mutant strain of the bacteria that lacked the gene that encodes for DNase.
RNA samples were treated with DNase I at 37[degrees]C for 30 min to remove genomic DNA.