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Retroviral vs Group II Intron-encoded Reverse Transcriptases – Similarities, Differences & Applications
Induro™ Reverse Transcriptase
Induro Reverse Transcriptase is a group II intron-encoded RT that exhibits high processivity, increased thermostability, and increased tolerance of inhibitors for the synthesis of cDNA from RNA. It is an ideal enzyme for challenging cDNA synthesis from long transcripts (>8 kb), RNAs with strong secondary structures, and RNA samples with inhibitors.
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The most common and well-characterized RTs are derived from retroviruses. Many commercially-available retroviral RTs have been genetically engineered with mutations that confer specific attributes, such as reduced RNase H activity, increased half-life and increased thermostability. A second family of RTs, distinct in sequence and domain organization, is found within the intron-encoded proteins of group II introns.
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Reverse Transcriptases (RTs)
NEB has an extensive portfolio of RTs, which are available as standalone products or have been incorporated into convenient master mixes or kits. For more details and access to the full product listing, visit www.neb.com/rt.
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While retroviral RTs are widely available and work well in many well-established protocols, intron-encoded RTs offer some advantages over retroviral RTs, and can be a better choice for cDNA synthesis from long transcripts, RNAs with strong secondary structures, and RNA samples with inhibitors.
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