Nuclease is an enzyme that cleaves nucleic acids. Nucleases, which belong to the class of enzymes called hydrolases, are usually specific in action, ribonucleases acting only upon ribonucleic acids (RNA) and deoxyribonucleases acting only upon deoxyribonucleic acids (DNA).
The Substrate for Nuclease is Nucleic Acid.
The products for Nuclease are RNA's and DNA's.
Hydrolases is the source for Nuclease.
The Reaction for Nuclease is when the DNA or RNA helps you find something out, or when you take blood.
The Optimum Temperature of Nuclease is 25˚C and the pH of Nuclease is 9.0.