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FastStart Universal Probe Master (Rox)

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The FastStart Universal Probe Master (Rox) is a ready-to-use reagent mix that simplifies the preparation of reactions for qPCR and two-step qRT-PCR. In combination with a real-time PCR instrument, suitable PCR primers, and a hydrolysis probe, FastStart Universal Probe Master (Rox) enables very sensitive detection and quantification of defined DNA sequences.
This product is not designed for use with the LightCycler® Instruments.
In principle, the FastStart Universal Probe Master (Rox) can be used for the amplification and detection of any DNA or cDNA target, including those that are GC- or AT-rich.
Combine this master mix with our Transcriptor First Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit to achieve excellent results in two-step qRT-PCR. Insist on the Transcriptor First Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit -designed and function-tested for qPCR, and efficient with all real-time PCR instruments.
Product FastStart Universal Probe Master (Rox)
Company Roche - Products Listing
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Catalog Number 04913949001
Quantity 2 x 1.25 ml for 250 reactions
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Roche Diagnostics Corporation Roche Applied Science P.O. Box 50414 9115 Hague Road Indianapolis, IN 46250-0414 US

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