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Solution reagent kit PerfeCTa ® FastMix® II
Taq DNA polymerasedyeantibody

solution reagent kit
solution reagent kit
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Characteristics

Type
solution, Taq DNA polymerase, dye, antibody
Applications
for molecular biology, for nucleic acids, for qPCR

Description

Convenient, 1-tube reagent solution supports robust and reliable probe-based DNA detection with fast or standard thermal cycling conditions Features & Benefits 2x concentrated reagents minimize pipetting steps, simplify reaction assembly and improve accuracy Superior assay sensitivity and specificity with ultrapure AccuStart II enzyme technology – maximum-yielding Taq DNA polymerase mutant controlled by stringent, multi-epitope antibody hot-start Inert AccuVue plate loading dye simplifies reaction setup and provides instant visual cue of reagent addition and mixing Supports efficient vortex mixing with proprietary anti-foaming technology Flexible – optimized for both fast and standard thermal cycling conditions PerfeCTa FastMix II is intended for molecular biology applications. This product is not intended for the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of a disease. Description PerfeCTa FastMix II is an advanced 2X concentrated qPCR SuperMix reagent for both fast and conventional PCR cycling protocols or instruments. It is a versatile and robust solution that provides the ultimate sensitivity and high PCR efficiency using a variety of fluorogenic probe chemistries, including TaqMan hydrolysis probes. The kit is provided as a 2X concentrated ready-to-use reaction cocktail that contains all required reaction components, except primers, probe(s), and DNA template. Inert AccuVue plate loading dye helps to minimize pipette error and provides visual confirmation of thorough mixing.

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