TaqMan™ Fast Virus 1-Step Master Mix

Designed for reliable, high-sensitivity real-time RT-PCR even in presence of common reaction inhibitors

Overview
Brand: ABI Applied Biosystems

Manufacturer Part Number: 4444436

TAQMAN FAST VIRUS 1-STEP MMIX

UNSPSC: 41106313

Code: 50

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 1.00000kg



Product Code. 12053715

Quantity Price
1 £ 2235.0 / 10mL
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Description and Specification

Specification

Detection Method Primer-Probe Detection
Dye Type ROX (Pre-mixed)
For Use With (Application) Clinical, Infectious Disease Diagnostics, Molecular Diagnostics, One-Step qRT-PCR, PCR and Real-Time PCR, Real Time PCR (qPCR)
Includes Contains one 10mL tube sufficient for 2000 reactions. Components: AmpliTaq™ Fast DNA Polymerase, UP; Thermostable MmLV Reverse Transcriptase; dNTPs; RNase Inhibitor (RNaseOUT™); ROX™ dye (passive reference)
Quantity 1 x 10mL
Sample Type Total RNA, Viral DNA, Viral RNA, mRNA
Storage Requirements Store tubes at -20°C in the dark.

TaqMan™ Fast Virus 1-Step Master Mix is designed for reliable, high-sensitivity real-time RT-PCR even in presence of common reaction inhibitors. The features of kit have been selected to enhance virus detection on commonly used sample types. A single-tube format allows for uniform handling and processing for both RNA and DNA viruses.

  • High sensitivity: One-tube, one-step 4X master mix to amplify both RNA and DNA with high sensitivity
  • Consistent results: Formulated to handle common RT-PCR inhibitors found in blood, stool, and other difficult samples
  • Simplified application: Single run profile with RNA and DNA, and on any supported instrument, which allows for easy mix-and-match of targets on plate
  • Target flexibility: Works in singleplex, multiplex, and with exogenous or endogenous internal controls
  • High efficiency: Increased qRT-PCR speed on fast and on standard instruments

Clinical, Infectious Disease Diagnostics, Molecular Diagnostics, One-Step qRT-PCR, PCR and Real-Time PCR, Real Time PCR (qPCR)