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DNase footprinting Marker-DIG/Biotin

The protein binds to the DNA fragment, which can protect the binding site from being damaged by DNase, and the fragment (also known as "footprint") is left behind after the DNA molecule is digested.
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Product introduction:
The protein binds to the DNA fragment, which can protect the binding site from being damaged by DNase, and the fragment (also known as "footprint") is left behind after the DNA molecule is digested.In the picture of the electrophoresis gel (biotin-labeled chemiluminescence), there is no visible marking band corresponding to the protein binding site.There are many methods of footprint test. Commonly used are DNase I footprint test and DMS footprint test. The principles of the two are basically the same.(For scientific research purposes only)
This product is a DNA Marker labeled with biotin and DIG, which is used in DNase footprinting experiments to accurately determine the size of the fragments in experiments such as hybridization.





Product features:
1.Marker is labeled with biotin or digoxin to avoid the problem of inaccurate size determination caused by the lack of unhybridized bars.
2.Set the Marker main belt to accurately determine the size.
3.There are two types of markers: Biotin (Type A) and DIG (Type B).