BlasTaq™ 2X qPCR MasterMix
|G892||2,500 rxn (25.0 ml)|
(Equivalent to Cat. No. MasterMix-LR-XL, -R-XL, and S-XL.)
BlasTaq™ 2X qPCR MasterMix provides a convenient, reliable and robust setup for performing quantitative real-time analysis of DNA samples. This ready-to-use qPCR MasterMix contains abm’s strategically-engineered, next generation Taq Polymerase, BlasTaq™ DNA Polymerase, providing for rapid extension rates and robust performance. With specialized reaction conditions, this polymerase provides increased processivity, yields, and sensitivity, while shortening reaction times by up to 70%, compared to wild-type Taq DNA polymerase.
BlasTaq™ has 5’-3’ polymerase and 5’-3’ exonuclease activities, lacks 3’-5’ exonuclease activity, and produces 3’-dA-tailed amplicons. qPCR products made with BlasTaq™ can be used with TA cloning vectors.
BlasTaq™ 2X qPCR MasterMix comes with a separate vial of ROX Reference Dye which can be added depending on the qPCR machine type, as listed in the table below.
Store at -20°C. This product is stable for 2 years from the date of shipping if stored and handled properly.
|Unit quantity||2,500 rxn (25.0 ml)|
- BlasTaq DNA Polymerase (Flyer)
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- PCR Product Guide (2021)
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|I still have additional questions, who do I contact?|
For further details, please email [email protected] or 1-866-757-2414.
|Is the dye set-up similar to SYBR Green™ & EvaGreen™?|
Yes, it is comparable.
|What are the advantages to using BlasTaq™ 2X qPCR MasterMix?|
It is a ready-to-use qPCR MasterMix in which only template and primers need to be added by the end user. BlasTaq™ has super speed performance to achieve results less than a hour. ROX Reference Dye is offered on the side to give more flexibility to the user for your qPCR set up.
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