Shipping Conditions under blue or dry-ice
Storage Temperature at -20°C
Description Reverse transcription primers are used in PCR but in vivo reverse transcription begins when the viral particle that enters the cytoplasm of a target cell with its reverse transcriptase. The viral RNA genome enters the cytoplasm as part of a nucleoprotein complex that has not been well characterized. The process of reverse transcription generates, in the cytoplasm, a linear DNA via an intricate series of steps. This DNA is collinear with its RNA template, but it contains terminal duplications known as the long terminal repeats (LTRs) that are not present in viral RNA . Extant models for reverse transcription propose that two specialized template switches known as strand-transfer reactions or “jumps” are required to generate the LTRs.
Goup reverse transcription
Short name TRANSCRIPTME M-MuLV Reverse Transcriptase
Alternative name TRANSCRIPTME M-MuLV Reverse Transcriptase
Alternative technique transctription