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Platinum™, SYBR™ GreenER™ SYBR GreenER™ qPCR SuperMix for iCycler™ Instrument

Incorporate the latest high-performance technology to provide the most reliable gene expression data from your iCycler iQ™ or MyiQ™ instrument.

Brand:  Invitrogen™ 11761500

Additional Details : Weight : 0.10000kg

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Product Code. 10218172

  • 9710.00 DKK / 500 reactions

Estimated Shipment
17-06-2021

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Description

Description

The SYBR™ GreenER™ qPCR SuperMix kits include a dsDNA-binding dye that produces a brighter signal and significantly less PCR inhibition, for improved qPCR performance over a broad dynamic range.
Consistent Specificity and Low-Copy Detection: The SYBR™ GreenER™ qPCR reagent system minimizes the formation of nonspecific products, including primer-dimers, for greater accuracy across a wide range of targets. The reliability of the SYBR™ GreenER™ qPCR reagent system also translates to greater sensitivity. With SYBR™ GreenER™ qPCR SuperMix, you can consistently detect fewer than 10 copies of a target in genomic DNA.

  • The SYBR™ GreenER™ system is specially formulated to offer the best sensitivity, specificity, and reproducibility
  • A novel dsDNA-binding dye - exhibits a brighter signal for increased sensitivity and less PCR inhibition than original SYBR™ Green I, while using the same instrument filters and settings
  • An optimized buffer system - improves sensitivity and provides excellent long-term stability
  • Uracil DNA glycosylase - reduces carryover contamination in qPCR

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Shipping Conditions: Dry Ice

Specifications

Specifications

BioRad iCycler iQ, BioRad MyiQ, BioRad iQ5
DNA (Genomic), cDNA
2X
Real Time PCR (qPCR)
500 Reactions
Taq DNA Polymerase
Standard
Platinum™, SYBR™ GreenER™
Dry Ice
SYBR
High
qPCR
Real Time PCR SYBR Master Mix
500 Reactions
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