dNTP Mix

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    DescriptionThe dNTP Mix is a ready-to-use aqueous solution containing dATP, dCTP, dGTP and dTTP, each at a final concentration of 10mM. The Mix reduces the number of pippeting steps and the risk of errors.
    Product Volume250 µl

    Ready to use in PCR, long-PCR, RT-PCR, cDNA synthesis, primer extention and DNA labeling.


    This product is ISO-13485 certified.

    Set Size250 ul (10mM each)
    FormatAqueous mixture of dATP, dCTP, dGTP and dTTP.
    CautionThis product is distributed for laboratory research only. Not for diagnostic use.
    Nucleotide FormatMix
    Product Concentration10 µM
    Unit quantity250 µl, 10 mM each

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