Enzo DIG-labelled nucleotides
Digoxigenin (DIG) is a steroid found exclusively in plants. It can be conjugated onto a variety of biomolecules (eg, proteins, nucleic acids) to be detected in further assays.
DIG conjugation is said to have an advantage over biotin conjugation because biotin is an endogenous molecule found in mammalian cells. Biotin’s innate presence can lead to false positive results and high background.
Enzo’s DIG-labelled nucleotides can be used to make low background nucleic acid probes that can be used downstream for a variety of molecular biology applications.
Digoxigenin-dUTP, alkali-stable is suitable for non-radioactive labelling of DNA probes. Digoxigenin-UTP, alkali-stable is suitable for non-radioactive labelling of RNA probes. The Digoxigenin polyclonal antibody is a species-independent, all-purpose immunotag.
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