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    Millipore deoxyribonuclease i from bovine pancreas
    Enrichment and isolation of model EVs by EV‐FISHER. TEM images of (a) UiO‐66‐NH 2 and (b) EV‐FISHER after capturing EVs. The arrows in Figure 4b represent the captured EVs. (c) The AFM image of EVs@EV‐FISHER complexes. The arrows in the figure represent the captured EVs. (d) Characterization of the hydrolysis ability of <t>DNase</t> <t>I</t> towards PSDCs by SDS‐PAGE; lane 1: marker, lane 2: PSDC7, lane 3: PSDC7 + <t>DNase</t> <t>I,</t> lane 4: PSDC5, lane 5: PSDC5 + DNase I, lane 6: PSDC3, lane 7: PSDC3 + DNase I, lane 8: PSDC1, lane 9: PSDC1 + DNase I. The arrows in the image implied the hydrolysed DNA fragments. (e) EV concentrations after treated with DNase I (red) and Triton X‐100 (black) at different time points. (f) Particle counting of model EVs isolated by EV‐FISHER. Optimization of the EV‐FISHER with (g) PSDC with different base‐pair lengths, (h) PSDC8 concentration, and (i) incubation time with EVs ( n = 3)
    Deoxyribonuclease I From Bovine Pancreas, supplied by Millipore, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Enrichment and isolation of model EVs by EV‐FISHER. TEM images of (a) UiO‐66‐NH 2 and (b) EV‐FISHER after capturing EVs. The arrows in Figure 4b represent the captured EVs. (c) The AFM image of EVs@EV‐FISHER complexes. The arrows in the figure represent the captured EVs. (d) Characterization of the hydrolysis ability of DNase I towards PSDCs by SDS‐PAGE; lane 1: marker, lane 2: PSDC7, lane 3: PSDC7 + DNase I, lane 4: PSDC5, lane 5: PSDC5 + DNase I, lane 6: PSDC3, lane 7: PSDC3 + DNase I, lane 8: PSDC1, lane 9: PSDC1 + DNase I. The arrows in the image implied the hydrolysed DNA fragments. (e) EV concentrations after treated with DNase I (red) and Triton X‐100 (black) at different time points. (f) Particle counting of model EVs isolated by EV‐FISHER. Optimization of the EV‐FISHER with (g) PSDC with different base‐pair lengths, (h) PSDC8 concentration, and (i) incubation time with EVs ( n = 3)

    Journal: Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

    Article Title: Rapid and efficient isolation platform for plasma extracellular vesicles: EV‐FISHER). Rapid and efficient isolation platform for plasma extracellular vesicles: EV‐FISHER

    doi: 10.1002/jev2.12281

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Enrichment and isolation of model EVs by EV‐FISHER. TEM images of (a) UiO‐66‐NH 2 and (b) EV‐FISHER after capturing EVs. The arrows in Figure 4b represent the captured EVs. (c) The AFM image of EVs@EV‐FISHER complexes. The arrows in the figure represent the captured EVs. (d) Characterization of the hydrolysis ability of DNase I towards PSDCs by SDS‐PAGE; lane 1: marker, lane 2: PSDC7, lane 3: PSDC7 + DNase I, lane 4: PSDC5, lane 5: PSDC5 + DNase I, lane 6: PSDC3, lane 7: PSDC3 + DNase I, lane 8: PSDC1, lane 9: PSDC1 + DNase I. The arrows in the image implied the hydrolysed DNA fragments. (e) EV concentrations after treated with DNase I (red) and Triton X‐100 (black) at different time points. (f) Particle counting of model EVs isolated by EV‐FISHER. Optimization of the EV‐FISHER with (g) PSDC with different base‐pair lengths, (h) PSDC8 concentration, and (i) incubation time with EVs ( n = 3)

    Article Snippet: Glucose oxidase (#G2133), catalase (#C40), cysteamine (MEA, #30070), Tris base (#T1503), D‐(+)‐Glucose (#G7528), DNase I (#D5025), cholesterol (CHO, #C8667) and PKH67 Green Fluorescent Cell Linker Midi Kit (PKH67, #MIDI67) were supplied by Sigma‐Aldrich.

    Techniques: Isolation, Transmission Electron Microscopy, SDS Page, Marker, Concentration Assay, Incubation