Nucleoside hydrolases

Nucleoside hydrolases or nucleoside N-ribohydrolases (NRHs, EC 3.2.2.x) are glycosidases catalyzing the cleavage of the C–N glycosidic bond with water to enable the recycling of nucleobase and ribosugar.

 

Example reaction:

Hydrolysis

 

Nucleoside hydrolases available at BioNukleo:


Cat. No. Properties Amount Price
H01 E. coli ribonucleoside hydrolase RihA, recombinant
Optimal temperature: 37°C
Active towards: pyrimidines with ribo-sugars (read more)
400 µg 120,00 €
H02 E. coli ribonucleoside hydrolase RihB, recombinant
Optimal temperature: 37°C
Active towards: pyrimidines with ribo-sugars (read more)
400 µg 120,00 €
H03 E. coli ribonucleoside hydrolase RihC, recombinant
Optimal temperature: 37°C
Active towards: pyrimidines and purines with ribo-sugars (read more)
400 µg 120,00 €