A wide variety of enzymes are available for research applications in cellular and molecular biology. To narrow down your search, select desired filters or enter keywords in the provided text boxes. It may be helpful to note the enzyme source, reaction conditions and units of activity provided by the manufacturers before making a purchase.
DNases, or deoxyribonucleases, are enzymes that specifically cleave and degrade DNA. In molecular biology, DNase (namely DNase I) is used to degrade DNA in applications such as RNA isolation, reverse transcription preparation, DNA-protein interactions, cell culture, and DNA fragmentation. Clinical uses of DNase include breaking down of mucus to clear up respiratory tracts. Other types of DNases include DNase II (or acid DNase) and shrimp DNase.