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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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The DNase I digestion patterns shown in Figure 4 demonstrated that nuclear proteins from BC3H-1 myocytes treated for 3 hours with Hoechst 33342 (Figure 4, lane 3) and HL-60 cells treated for 6 hours with Hoechst 33342 (Figure 4, lane 5) specifically bound with the TTTGGCGC element, a known E2F-1-binding motif (Figure 4, lanes A and G).
DNase I is most prevalent in mammals and is also found in bacteria, but not in low eukaryotes or plants.
1, aliquot #2 of each study participant) by rigorous DNase treatment using a TURBO DNAfree[TM] kit (Applied Biosystems) followed by DNase inactivation according to the manufacturer's instructions.
In order to eliminate contaminating protein and nucleic acids, treatment with proteinase K, DNase and RNase was performed prior to extraction step.
One of them, an enzyme called DNase I, appears less active in many lupus patients than in healthy people.
To date, genome-scale experiments by customers or Solexa include resequencing, gene expression, small RNA and specialty tag sequencing assays such as DNase hypersensitivity detection and ChIP.
000k cleanroom environment via a fully automated process, which ensures they are free of external contaminants such as DNA, DNase, RNase, ATP.
The Human DNA and DNase Free swabs are sample-collection devices certified as free of human DNA contamination down to less than 25 picograms, and also certified to be DNase free.
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Crystal found that twice-daily inhalations of the drug, called DNase I, improved the lung functions of all 16 of the adult subjects.