TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无ROX* 货号17276-AAT Bioquest荧光染料

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TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无ROX*

TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无ROX*

TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无ROX*    货号17276 货号 17276 存储条件 在零下15度以下保存, 避免光照
规格 1 mL 价格 1164
Ex (nm) Em (nm)
分子量 溶剂 Water




产品名称:TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无ROX*









TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green 是一种即用型 2X溶液,针对 qPCR 和两步法 RT-qPCR 进行了优化。对于 20 uL 反应体积中的 40 个 PCR 循环,预混液可在 50 分钟内提供结果。该混合物包括含有 dNTP 的优化缓冲液和我们专有的 TAQuest FAST 热启动 Taq DNA 聚合酶,该酶旨在允许即时热启动,最大限度地减少非特异性产物的形成,从而允许室温反应设置。运行所需的 PCR 反应只需要模板和目标引物。 TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix 与 Helixyte Green 确保 PCR 特异性和灵敏度对所有样品类型,如基因组、质粒、病毒和 cDNA 模板。 Helixyte Green 嵌入染料无需使用序列特异性探针即可快速检测和分析 DNA。该预混液不含 ROX 参考染料。金畔生物是AAT Bioquest的中国代理商,为您提供最优质的TAQuest FAST qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无ROX*。 



仪器规格 SYBR Green 滤波片


注意 在室温下用 Helixyte Green *无ROX* 解冻 TAQuest™ FAST qPCR Master Mix。 使用前彻底涡旋 qPCR Master Mix。
1. 制备表 1 所示的下列反应混合物之一。
2. 轻轻涡旋混合试剂,然后短暂离心。
3. 在 qPCR 仪器中设置板并按表 2 所示操作。


表 1. 各反应每孔试剂组成

成分 体积 (25 µL/reaction) 体积 (50 µL/reaction) 最终浓度
TAQuest qPCR Master Mix with Helixyte Green *无 ROX* 12.5 µL 25 µL 1X
上游引物,10 µM 0.25-2.5 µL 0.5-5.0 µL 0.1-1.0 µM
下游引物,10 µM 0.25-2.5 µL 0.5-5.0 µL 0.1-1.0 µM
DNA模板 1-5 µL 1-5 µL 优化的浓度
无核酸酶水 25 µL 50     µL  

表 2. 热循环参数

范围 聚合酶激活 PCR (30-40个循环)
  Hold 变性 退火 延伸
温度 95 °C 95 °C 55-65 °C 68-72 °C
时间 (m:ss) 0:20 0:30 1:00 1:00



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