“The hallmark of the enzyme is salt tolerance. Most nucleases in the molecular toolbox can tolerate sodium chloride up to about 150 mM (depending on other conditions), but other enzymes like salt active nuclease (SAN) in fact have optimal activity at around 500 mM sodium chloride.”
ArcticZymes today announced the expansion of their polymerase portfolio. The IsoPol™ SD⁺ and IsoPol™ BST⁺ deliver low temperature isothermal polymerases, one with increased strand displacement, and the second an improvement over existing Bacillus stearothermophilus available today.
IsoPol™ SD+ is a DNA polymerase with stronger strand displacement activity, and higher salt tolerance compared to ArcticZymes first IsoPolTM polymerase. IsoPol™ SD+ is available for shipment during January 2018.
IsoPol™ Bst+ is a polymerase with stronger strand displacement and higher salt tolerance compared to the thermostable Bst wild type. IsoPol™ SD+ will be available for shipment during first quarter 2018.
ArcticZymes strategy has been to innovate the next generation of polymerases to serve the unmet demands necessary to facilitate the development of novel molecular technologies. In combination with a variety of attractive features engineered into the enzymes ArcticZymes is able to offer a diverse range of unique IsoPol™ polymerases to its commercial partners and end users.
For more details about the IsoPol™ polymerase portfolio visit our technology page.
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ArcticZymes has today launched its SAN HQ ELISA immunoassay product which is targeted towards the bio-manufacturing market.
ArcticZymes business has largely focused on serving the molecular biology and diagnostics markets. Serving the bio-manufacturing market is a new direction for ArcticZymes in its efforts to expand into other relevant segments. Through its unique products, ArcticZymes enter this market with a strong value proposition to companies and institutes who are manufacturing viruses for gene therapy, vaccines, proteins and other bio reagents.
In combination with the SAN HQ enzyme released earlier this year, the new immunoassay product provides a complete solution for the critical elimination of DNA contamination during bio-manufacturing. Compared to current technologies used in the market, ArcticZymes innovative solution offers bio-manufacturers the opportunity to better streamline their manufacturing processes and benefit from cost savings. This launch is in line with ArcticZymes strategic initiatives presented at the Capital Markets Day and will be a key factor in achieving both short and long-term sales growth.
“We are excited to evolve our business into new markets where our unique technologies can have a major impact. The bio-manufacturing market opens up a great opportunity for ArcticZymes to engage and grow business with a new customer base” says Jethro Holter, Managing Director, ArcticZymes AS.
ArcticZymes presents SAN High Quality (Bioprocessing grade), a new member of the Salt Active Nuclease portfolio. This nonspecific endonuclease has a high tolerance to salt, offering unique technical advantages within manufacturing and bioprocessing workflows.