AacCas12b is an RNA-mediated endonuclease that binds to and cleaves specific sites of target DNA under the guidance of single-stranded guide RNA.
Cat. No.: AacCas12b-100 (for 100pmol)
Cat. No.: AacCas12b-1k (for 1000pmol)
When AacCas12b recognizes and cleaves the target double-stranded DNA under the guidance of guide RNA, its "accessory cleavage" activity is activated, which can efficiently cleave non-specific single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) in the reaction system. By designing ssDNA probes with fluorescent groups or other markers at both ends, CRISPR/Cas12b can detect DNA templates and amplify the signal, to realize the detection of the target. The system has high sensitivity and strong specificity.
Real-time Fluorescent Detection
Colloidal gold chromatography
The minimum shelf life is 1 year at -20°C.
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