The histones are a group of water- and dilute acid-soluble basic proteins found associated with DNA in chromosomes. They are characterized by relatively high levels of lysine and arginine. Although histones are classified into a limited number of types of fractions with each particular fraction having a fundamentally distinct amino acid composition and sequence, numerous subfractions are observed due to the acetylation, methylation and phosphorylation of various amino acid residues.
Technical Note: Histones are characterized by gel electrophoresis and solubility. Soluble in physiological saline, phosphate buffered saline (PBS) pH 7.1, or water when pH is adjusted to neutral.
Albumin, Nuclease-Free (BSANF)
Deoxyribonuclease I (DP/D/DCLS/D2/DPFF/DPRF)
Deoxyribonuclease II (HDA/HDAC/HDACS)
Histones (H, NHL)
Nuclease, Micrococcal (NFCP)
Nuclease, S1 (SINUC/SINUCL)
Nucleic Acids, DNA, E.coli, Lambda/Fragments,RNA
Phosphatase, Alkaline (CAP/BAPF/BAPC/BAPSF/PC)
Phosphodiesterase I (VPH)
Phosphodiesterase II (SPH)
Proteinase K (PROK/PROKS)
Reverse Transcriptase, Recombinant HIV (RTHIV)
Ribonuclease A (R/RAF/RASE/RS/RPDF)
Ribonuclease T1, Animal Origin Free (RT1S)