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Biochemicals on ZAGENO

XbaI Applied Biological Materials
Enzyme Type Restriction enzyme Templates dsDNA Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 35.00 (500 µl)
Sizes 1 (500 µl)
Catalog IDs E052
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AflII Applied Biological Materials
Enzyme Type Restriction enzyme Templates dsDNA Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 135.00 (500 µl)
Sizes 1 (500 µl)
Catalog IDs E050
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T7 Endonuclease I Applied Biological Materials
Enzyme Type Endonuclease Templates dsDNA Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (100 µl)
Sizes 1 (100 µl)
Catalog IDs E028
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L-Valine Santa Cruz Biotechnology
Reagent Type Amino acids Applicable Processes Synthesis Quantity 25 g
From $ 25.00 (25 g)
Sizes 1 (25 g)
Catalog IDs sc-397358
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Exonuclease I, E. coli Applied Biological Materials
Enzyme Type Exonuclease Templates ssDNA Applicable Processes /
From $ 15.00 (2000 Units)
Sizes 1 (2000 Units)
Catalog IDs E015
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RNase H, E. coli Applied Biological Materials
Enzyme Type RNase Templates mRNA Applicable Processes cDNA synthesis
From $ 25.00 (500 Units)
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Catalog IDs E018
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NdeI Applied Biological Materials
Enzyme Type Restriction enzyme Templates dsDNA Applicable Processes Enzymatic reaction
From $ 45.00 (10000 Units)
Sizes 1 (10000 Units)
Catalog IDs E058
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EcoRI-HF® New England Biolabs
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From $ 58.00 (10000 Units)
Sizes 1 (10000 Units)
Catalog IDs R3101S
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BsrGI-HF® New England Biolabs
From $ 66.00 (1000 Units)
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Catalog IDs R3575S
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Corning™ cellgro™ Penicillin-Streptomycin Solution Corning
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From $ 254.63 (600 ml)
Sizes 1 (600 ml)
Catalog IDs MT30002CI
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S1 Nuclease Invitrogen
Enzyme Type Nuclease Templates / Applicable Processes /
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Catalog IDs 18001016
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Vigil Protein Control Level 2 Beckman Coulter
Reagent Type Proteins Applicable Processes Controls Quantity 20 ml
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Biochemical Applications

Chemical reactions within living organisms require biochemicals; whether they are the starting material, reaction intermediate or the final product. Researchers use these organic compounds in all fields of study as they are essential for metabolism as well as all other signal transduction pathways.

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Types of Biochemicals

• Amino Acids – Have amine (-NH2) and carboxyl groups (-COOH), as well as a specific side chain. Linked together they constitute peptides and proteins.

• Antibiotics – Target and kill a specific group of cells by a specific mechanism. Examples include penicillin, puromycin, and ampicillin.

• Carbohydrates – Provide energy in the form of ATP when broken down. Classified as either monosaccharides, oligosaccharides or polysaccharides.

• Lipids – Hydrophobic compounds, which make up most cell membranes. Come in the form of glycerophospholipids, fatty acids, and glycerolipids, but to name a few

• Nucleotides – Have a nitrogenous base, a five-carbon sugar (ribose or deoxyribose) and a minimum of one phosphate group. Together they make up nucleic acids such as DNA & RNA.

• Proteins & Peptides – Peptides are made up of a small chain of amino acids, while proteins comprise of one or more polypeptide chains and are vital in most cellular processes.

• Enzymes – Act as biological catalysts. Ensuring reactions are carried out in much shorter times with lower energy expenditure. Polymerases are fundamental in PCR.

• Hormones – Chemical signaling molecules which can target the same cell (autocrine signaling), nearby cells (paracrine signaling) or distant cells (endocrine signaling).

• Growth Factors – Stimulate cell growth and proliferation by binding membrane receptors. Useful in cell culture applications.