EZ-Grind 20 Pestle & 20 Tubes with Resin


pkg of 20 ea


G-BioSciences 786-139

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EZ-Grind has been specifically developed for effectively grinding small biological samples for proteins and DNA extraction. The resin supplied in the tube contains neutral, high tensile and abrasive micro-particles that effectively disrupt the tissue or cell samples and help in the extraction of all soluble proteins in the extraction buffer. Proteins and nucleic acids do not bind to the resin that can be used effectively grind most animal/plant tissues and cells. Unlike sand or other grinding materials, EZ-Grind is very convenient to work with and does not damage high molecular mass proteins. We routinely use it for extraction of proteins, nucleic acids from different biological samples.

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EZ-Grind is a trademark of Geno Technology, Inc.

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Sergey Iordanskiy et al.
Retrovirology, 3, 4-4 (2006-01-18)
The early events of the HIV-1 life cycle include entry of the viral core into target cell, assembly of the reverse transcription complex (RTCs) performing reverse transcription, its transformation into integration-competent complexes called pre-integration complexes (PICs), trafficking of complexes into...
Sergey N Iordanskiy et al.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 485, 121-134 (2008-11-21)
Molecular details and temporal organization of the early (preintegration) phase of HIV life cycle remain among the least investigated and most controversial problems in the biology of HIV. To accomplish reverse transcription and intracellular transport of the viral genetic material...
Sergey Iordanskiy et al.
Retrovirology, 7, 85-85 (2010-10-14)
The impact of the products of the pol gene, specifically, reverse transcriptase (RT) on HIV-1 replication, evolution, and acquisition of drug resistance has been thoroughly characterized for subtype B. For subtype C, which accounts of almost 60% of HIV cases...
Timothy S Kern et al.
Diabetes, 56(2), 373-379 (2007-01-30)
Pharmacologic treatment of diabetic retinopathy via eyedrops could have advantages but has not been successful to date. We explored the effect of topical Nepafenac, an anti-inflammatory drug known to reach the retina when administered via eyedrops, on the development of...

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