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Mouse Arrays for qPCR

Bio-Rad

The mouse genome has been added to the PrimePCR assays for qPCR. PrimePCR assays are real-time PCR primers that have been experimentally validated to ensure performance. Through a collaboration with Biogazelle, SYBR® Green-based gene expressio...

Universal Supermixes for qPCR

Bio-Rad

SsoAdvanced™ universal supermixes, including SsoAdvanced universal SYBR® Green supermix and SsoAdvanced universal probes supermix, are compatible with all qPCR platforms, and can yield good performance across a range of sample types and t...

Digital PCR System

Bio-Rad

The QX200 Droplet Digital™ PCR system provides quantification of target DNA or RNA molecules for EvaGreen or probe-based digital PCR applications. The QX200 system includes droplet generator, droplet reader, laptop computer, software, and associate...

Reverse Transcriptase Kits

Bio-Rad

Two iTaq kits have been introduced for reverse transcription quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR) applications. They are designed for use under most reaction conditions on any qPCR instrument. The kits include the iTaq universal SYBR® Green one-step kit...

PCR Reagents

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Phusion Green High-Fidelity DNA Polymerase and Luminaris Color qPCR master mixes utilize tracking dyes that are meant to speed up the pipetting process. By providing a visual confirmation, the mixes are designed to reduce the chance of human error ...

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