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PCR master mixes and qPCR master mixes with EvaGreen


PCR without the need for ice

Solis BioDyne has been producing PCR mixes for years... but this is NOT just another taq!

 

Solis BioDyne polymerases are completely stable at room temperature, so your reagents can actually be left on the work bench when preparing your PCR.

 

No need for ice baths

and No loss of activity if your polymerase is left on the bench overnight!

 

Our enzymes are even shipped at room temperature so delivery is just £9.

Request your free sample today!

 

Simply complete our contact form and tell us what you would like to try. More details on the mixes we offer are available on the links below.

 


 

5x HOT FIREPol EvaGreen® qPCR Supermix

 

Solis BioDyne's new 5x HOT FIREPol EvaGreen® qPCR Supermix includes a new, highly efficient qPCR buffer combined with EvaGreen dye, delivering a mastermix with superior performance on any platforms.

 

This mix includes everything needed for your reaction. You just add the template and primers to provide you with highly sensitive qPCR.

 

Highly Sensitive and Effective qPCR:

• Superior sensitivity on low copy number targets

• UNG treatment capable due to dUTP addition

• Suitable for fragments up to 500 bp

• Suitable for GC-rich targets

• Based on EvaGreen® chemistry, one of the most sensitive dyes available

 HOT FIREPol PCR Supermix

Request your free sample today using our contact form. 

 


 

Other qPCR Mixes 

5x HOT FIREPol EvaGreen® qPCR Mixes (Capillary and with or without Rox)

5x HOT FIREPol EvaGreen® qPCR Supermix  (see below*)

5x HOT FIREPol EvaGreen® HRM Mixes (With or without Rox)

5x HOT FIREPol Probe qPCR Mixes (Capillary and with or without Rox)

 

PCR Mixes

FIREPol (regular DNA Polymerase)

FIREPol 5x Master Mixes (including Ready to Load Mixes)

HOT FIREPol (HOT Start DNA Polymerase)

5x HOT FIREPol Blend Master Mixes (Ready to Load) 

 

Reverse Transcriptase

M-MLV Reverse Transcriptase

 

Follow this link for a list of references where our polymerases have been used