The biotinylated single-stranded DNA (20,452 nt) is ideal for molecules that specifically bind single-stranded DNA. Exposing the DNA to fluorescently labeled proteins enables you to monitor dynamic binding activities and quantify DNA-associated events, such as replication, repair, organization, or transcription.
The DNA is shipped as double-stranded DNA, with 5 biotins on the 5’ and 3’ end of the same strand. After applying force to the overstretching regime, one of the strands falls off and a single strand remains bound between the beads.
Estimated for 20 experimental sessions on the C-Trap.
Estimated 1-3 weeks delivery time.