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Ultrafiltration membrane with ribonuclease activity

Summary

RNase was immobilized by entrapment in polymer matrix during the formation of the ultrafiltration membrane. The resulting membrane can hydrolyze RNA with simultaneous separation of reaction products (nucleotides) and RNA. The RNase activity has not decreased after one month of operation.

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Rucka, M. Ultrafiltration membrane with ribonuclease activity. Biotechnol Tech 1, 189–194 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00227559

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Nucleotide
  • Polymer Matrix
  • RNase Activity
  • Ultrafiltration Membrane