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Thermo Scientific Exonuclease-Resistant Random Primer is a mixture of single-stranded random oligonucleotides used for highly efficient random priming of various DNA synthesis reactions. This primer has two 3'-terminal phosphorothioate (PTO) modifications that are resistant to the 3'→5' exonuclease activity of proofreading DNA polymerases (see Reference 1), such as Klenow Fragment and phi29 DNA Polymerase. It also has 5'- and 3'-hydroxyl ends. The Exo-Resistant Random Primer is supplied as a ready-to-use, 20X concentrated aqueous solution.
Use of this enzyme in certain applications may be covered by patents and may require a license.
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