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Invitrogen™ Bio-16-UTP (10 mM)

Ideal for use as substrates as part of in vitro transcription reactions

Supplier:  Invitrogen™ AM8452


Catalog No. AM8452

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Modified nucleotides can be utilized by a variety of RNA polymerases, including T7, T3, and SP6 RNA polymerases, as well as other RNA modifying enzymes. It is provided in one tube containing 25μL (250nmol). Biotinylated RNA can be used in place of radioactively labeled RNA in many applications, including cRNA amplification and labeling for microarray target preparation. Detection is then carried out via one of a variety of streptavidin-based methods. This Bio-UTP is confirmed free of nonspecific endonuclease activity, exonuclease activity, and RNase activity and is functionally tested using the MessageAmp™ II aRNA Amplification Kit (Mfr. No. AM1751).

DNA & RNA Purification & Analysis, Expression Array Labeling, Gene Expression Analysis & Genotyping, Microarray Analysis, Nucleic Acid Labeling & Oligo Synthesis, RNA Labeling

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RNA Labeling
10 mM
25 μL
Nucleic Acid Labeling & Oligo Synthesis
Store below –70°C.
Dry Ice


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