Taq DNA Polymerase

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G009200 rxn
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Taq DNA Polymerase
Taq DNA Polymerase

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    Description

    (Equivalent to Cat. No. G008 and G126.)

    Your cost-effective choice for routine amplification!

    Taq DNA Polymerase is a highly thermostable DNA Polymerase that catalyzes the 5’-3’ synthesis of DNA. This polymerase has 5’-3’ exonuclease activities, lacks 3’-5’ exonuclease activity, and produces 3’-dA-tailed amplicons. PCR products made with Taq can be used with TA cloning vectors.

    Product Features:

    ISO 13485:2016 MDSAP Certified

    ISO 13485:2016 MDSAP Certified
    Our PCR Products are manufactured under a Quality Management System conforming with ISO 13485:2016 as certified by Intertek (a MDSAP recognized auditing organization).

     

    Product ComponentQuantity
    Taq DNA Polymerase 200 rxn (200 µl)
    5X Taq Buffer 1 2 x 1.0 ml

    Buffer contains 1.5 mm Mg2+

     

    Note: This product is functionally equivalent to Cat. No. G008 and G126 (Taq DNA Polymerase). Contact our customer service team [email protected] for more information.


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    Storage Condition

    Store at -20°C.

    Unit quantity200 rxn
    FAQs


    Does the polymerase leaves a poly-A tail?
    It doesn't leave a poly-A tail but it does leave an "dA" overhang at the 3' ends.
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