Thermo Scientific™ FastDigest™ BamHI

Cut at G^GATCC sites with Thermo Scientific™ FastDigest™ BamHI restriction enzyme, which performs best at 37°C in 5-15 minutes using universal FastDigest Buffer.

Overview
Brand: Thermo Scientific™

Manufacturer Part Number: FD0055

X5 FASTDIGEST BAMHI 500UL

UNSPSC: 12352204

Code: A0

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 1.94590kg



Product Code. 11873833

Quantity Price
1 £ 98.75 / 2500 reactions
EU Stock 21
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Description and Specification

Specification

Product Name FastDigest BamHI
Components 10X FastDigest Buffer and 10X FastDigest Green Buffer
Quantity 5 x 500µL
For Use With (Application) Fast clone analysis; Fast preparation of DNA for cloning; Digestion of PCR products; Fast RFLP genotyping; Digestion of difficult-to-cleave DNA

All FastDigest enzymes are 100% active in the universal FastDigest and FastDigest Green buffers and are able to digest DNA in 5-15 minutes. This enables any combination of restriction enzymes to work simultaneously in one reaction tube and eliminates the need for sequential digestions. As an added convenience, the FastDigest Green Buffer allows for direct loading of the reaction mixture on a gel. FastDigest enzymes can be used to digest plasmid, genomic and viral DNA as well as PCR products and do not show star activity even in prolonged incubations.

5'...G▵G A T C C...3'

3'...C C T A G▵G...5'

  • 100% activity of all FastDigest enzymes in the new green universal digestion buffer
  • 100% buffer compatibility with all downstream applications
  • Complete digestion in 5 to 15 minutes
  • Direct loading of reaction mixture on gels

Includes:

Two versions of the universal FastDigest buffer are supplied with each enzyme: 10X FastDigest Buffer and 10X FastDigest Green Buffer. All FastDigest enzymes are 100% active in both buffers. Enzymes used in common downstream applications such as ligation, blunting and dephosphorylation also have 100% activity in both buffers.

Recommended for:

Fast clone analysis; Fast preparation of DNA for cloning; Digestion of PCR products; Fast RFLP genotyping; Digestion of difficult-to-cleave DNA