HiDi® DNA polymerase

Catalog Number: #9001

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Product Name HiDi® DNA polymerase
Catalog Number #9001

HiDi® stands for High Discrimination of mismatches at the 3’-terminus of primers in PCR. This enzyme family is optimized for this feature and is the first choice for applications that rely on this property such as allele-specific PCR (asPCR), also known as allele-specific amplification (ASA).

Comparison studies with competitor products show that the HiDi® DNA polymerase family is the first choice for highly selective PCRs, such as genotyping by allele-specific PCR, HLA genotyping, analysis of single CpG methylation sites or the detection of mutations in a high background of wild-type sequences. 

By using HiDi® DNA polymerase, less than 10 copies of a mutation can be detected in a background of >10,000 wild-type copies without any other tedious assay optimization.


- Allele-specific PCR (asPCR), allele-specific amplification (ASA)

- HLA genotyping

- Analysis of single CpG methylation sites by PCR (methylation specific PCR, MSP)

- Mutation detection by PCR even in a high background of wild-type sequences

- Genotyping e.g., in CRISPR/Cas and TALEN approaches

This polymerase is also available as a full-length Taq DNA polymerase with a nuclease domain, featuring 100% compatibility with hydrolysis probes (TaqMan® probes etc.).

Several independently conducted studies show that HiDi® DNA polymerase is ideally suited for use in asPCR in numerous research areas ranging from mutation detection to genome editing. Please see "References" below. 

For research use and further manufacturing. Designed and manufactured under ISO13485

Application End-Point, Real-Time
Further Specification

S pack: 250 U, 5 U/µl, 1 x 50 µl HiDi® DNA polymerase; 1 x 1.25 ml 10x HiDi reaction buffer

M pack: 250 U, 5 U/µl, 1 x 200 µl HiDi® DNA polymerase; 2 x 1.25 ml 10x HiDi reaction buffer

Storage and Shipping
Storage -20°C
Shipping Cold packs

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A New Protocol for the Detection of Sterigmatocystin-producing Aspergillus Section Versicolores Using a High Discrimination Polymerase.
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One-step generation of multiple gene knock-outs in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum by DNA-free genome editing.
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