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Why does the T7 RNA Polymerase require a reducing environment ie. DTT
Every bloody protocol suggests adding in DTT when doing in vitro RNA transcription. Why? The rationale seems to be that the cytoplasm traditionally has a reducing environment but as the only protein ...
Mar 27 '12 at 22:52
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