Specifications

Variant Details
Catalog ID AQ101-02 Vendor Catalog ID AQ101-02
Size 5 ml Price $ 246.15
Vendor TransGen Biotech Package Content TransStart® Green qPCR SuperMix (2x), 1 ml Passive Reference Dye (50x), 40 μl ddH2O, 1 ml
General
Free Sample Available Shipping Condition Dry ice
Storage & Handling -20 °C Expiry Time 12 months
Research Topics Molecular biology

Description

TransStart® Green qPCR SuperMix for Real-Time PCR – TransGen Biotech


TransGen Biotech’s TransStart® Green qPCR SuperMix is designed for qPCR (quantitative polymerase chain reaction) with specified nucleic acids, and other tested templates, via thermal cycling, and a dedicated polymerase.
Due to TransGen Biotech protocol and components, this research kit has a regular and Singleplex classification.


Real-Time PCR Reaction Volume & Amplicon Size


Amplicons of varying size can be produced from the stated amount of nucleic acid template, as part of a recommended reaction volume. These specifications are facilitated by TransGen Biotech’s included enzyme: polymerase, with an activation requirement of appropriate time and temperature.
This TransGen Biotech Real-time PCR Kit additionally contains the fluorescent reporter specified in the product insert, with an applicable reporter label included as a corresponding reference dye. As a result, this research product is compatible with the majority of qPCR systems, and other specified instruments.


Applications & Downstream Experiments


The TransStart® Green qPCR SuperMix is suitable for gene expression analyses, among other research experiments and is compatible with electrophoresis or other tested methods.


qPCR Troubleshooting Tips


Quantitative PCR amplification problems can persist due to incorrect primer design or contamination of the sample. However, it is also vital to ensure each stage is performed at optimum temperature during annealing and elongation phases (stated in the protocol). Furthermore, enzyme concentration (available from the manufacturer) and fidelity should be considered when determining experiment processes and conditions.

For research use only.