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HomeFAQsDoes Terminal Transferase require Co2+ as a divalent cation?
FAQ: Does Terminal Transferase require Co2+ as a divalent cation?
Co2+ increases the incorporation of pyrimidines (Maniatis), and makes addition to blunt and 3' recessed ends more efficient (Current Protocols).