faecalis suspensions were mixed with equal volumes of DNase I
(Sigma Aldrich, Br[??]ndby, Denmark; final concentration of 50 Kunitz/mL, 5 mM [MgCl.sub.2] in 0.9% NaCl) or heat-inactivated DNase I
(100[degrees]C, 30 min), injected in 96-well plates (Ibidi [mu]-plate uncoated, Planegg/Martinsried, Germany) in triplicates, and incubated for 1 h at 35[degrees]C in jars containing anaerobic gas generating sachets (Anaerogen; Thermo Fisher Scientific, Copenhagen, Denmark).
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Thus, some authors believe that the endonuclease G released from mitochondria initiates DNA fragmentation and thereafter, this process of fragmentation is increased by DNase I
released from necrotic cells.
The degradation of nuclear DNA, a stamp of programmed cell death (PCD), is a development that happened both in animals and in plants(4).The two main types of DNase originate in humans are known as Alkaline DNase (DNase I
) and Acid DNase (DNase II) .
CdtB exhibits DNase I
activity, disrupting the phosphodiester bonds in chromosomal DNA.
) and acidic cation independent nucleases (e.g.
Most commonly used for the testing of laboratory equipment, DNase I
non-specifically degrades double-stranded DNA.
A number of studies indicate the MLL bcr is susceptible to DNA cleaving agents, such as topoisomerase II (topo II) and DNase I
, but there have been no reports of direct binding of such proteins in this region.
To eliminate contaminating cellular RNA and DNA from the samples, 0.001 [micro]g of RNase A (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany) and 1 [micro]L (2 U) of Turbo DNA-free DNase I
(Ambion, Austin, TX, USA) with 1x Turbo DNA-free buffer were incubated at 37[degrees]C for 30 min under conditions that prevented destruction of viral RNA in the viral particles.
RNA samples were treated with DNase I
at 37[degrees]C for 30 min to remove genomic DNA.
For another 10 samples, [beta]-globin DNA was not detected in any samples after we used on-column DNase digestion with 80 [micro]L of enzymebuffer mixture from the RNase-Free DNase Set (Qiagen) for the columnbased protocol and postextraction DNase treatment with a DNase I
reagent set (Invitrogen) for the automated protocol.
To the surface of their film, the Kagoshima researchers added their version of a self-destruct button: a negatively charged layer of the DNA-snipping enzyme DNase I
. In the March 10 Angewandte Chemic International Edition, the researchers report that this enzyme remains inert while stuck to the surface of the positively charged polymer.