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BEBO-for qPCR and HRM
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BEBO is an unsymmetric cyanine dye developed by TATAA Biocenter for use in qPCR applications.

The dye has absorbance and emission wavelengths that can be detected on the FAM channel on most common real-time PCR platforms, and shows a strong fluorescence increase when bound to dsDNA. BEBO can be used as an unspecific dye for real-time PCR applications or other applications where staining of dsDNA is wanted.

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