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  • Product Name: TransStart Green qPCR SuperMix UDG
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  • Catalog Number: AQ111
  • Storage: at -20℃ for two years
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    • Specification: 1 ml 5×1 ml 15×1 ml
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Overview

 

Description

TransStart® Green qPCR SuperMix UDG is a ready-to-use qPCR cocktail containing all components, except primer and template. It contains TransStart® Taq DNA Polymerase, UDG, SYBR Green I, dNTPs, PCR enhancer and stabilizer. qPCR SuperMix is provided at 2× concentration and can be used at 1× concentration by adding template, primer, passive reference dye (optional) and ddH2O.

 

Highlights

TransStart® Taq DNA Polymerase, hot start with double blocking technique, improves sensitivity, enhances specificity and generates more accurate data.
• Double cation (K+, NH4+) buffer enhances specificity and reduces primer-dimer formation.
• Passive reference dyes are provided for different qPCR instruments.
• UDG and dUTP avoid cross contamination.

 

Applications

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Passive Reference Dye

• Passive Reference Dye I (50×)
ABI Prism7000/7300/7700/7900, Eppendorf, ABI Step One, ABI Step One Plus
• Passive Reference Dye II (50×)
ABI Prism7500, ABI Prism7500 Fast, ABI Q6, ABI Quant Studio 6/7 Flex, ABI ViiA 7, Stratagene Mx3000/Mx3005P, Corbett Rotor Gene 3000
• No Passive Reference Dye
Roche LightCycler480, Roche Light Cycler96, MJ Research Chromo4, Opticon (II), Takara TP800, Bio-Rad iCycler iQ, iQ5, Bio-Rad CFX96, Bio-Rad C1000 Thermal Cycler, Thermo Pikoreal 96, Corbett Rotor Gene 6000, Corbett Rotor Gene G, Corbett Rotor Gene Q

 

 

Contents& storage

 

Storage:
at -20°C in dark for one year

 

Citations & references

 

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Selection of reference genes for gene expression studies in ultraviolet B-irradiated human skin fibroblasts using quantitative real-time PCR BMC Molecular Biology 2.857 Li L. et al. 2011 Feb  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21324211
Morphine protects against intracellular amyloid toxicity by inducing estradiol release and upregulation of Hsp70 The Journal of Neuroscience 6.908 Cui J, et al. 2011 Nov  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22072674
MiR-124 regulates early neurogenesis in the optic vesicle and forebrain, targeting NeuroD1 Nucleic Acids Research 8.278 Liu K, et al. 2011 Apr http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21131276
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Molecular characterizationofanovelhypovirusfromtheplant
pathogenicfungus Fusarium graminearum
Virology 3.321 Pengfei Li, et al. 2015 Jul http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0042682215001129
TLR2 and TLR4 signaling pathways are required for recombinant Brucella abortus BCSP31-induced cytokine production, functional upregulation of mouse macrophages, and the Th1 immune response in vivo and in vitro Cellular & Molecular Immunology 3.419 Li Jia-Yun,et al. 2014 Apr http://www.nature.com/cmi/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/cmi201428a.html

 

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