HiDi® Taq DNA polymerase

Catalog Number: #9201

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End-Point, Real-Time

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Product Name HiDi® Taq DNA polymerase
Catalog Number #9201

HiDi® stands for High Discrimination of mismatches at the 3’-terminus of primers in PCR. HiDi® Taq DNA polymerase is a highly selective aptamer-based fast-start formulated DNA polymerase variant, specially optimized for assays in which high discrimination is required. HiDi® Taq DNA polymerase efficiently amplifies from primers that are matched at the 3'-end and discriminates primers that are mismatched. HiDi® Taq variant has a 5'-3'-exonuclease activity and therefore, can be used for hydrolysis probe-based real-time PCRs. By using HiDi® DNA Taq polymerase, less than 10 copies of a mutation can be detected in a background of > 10^4 wild-type copies.

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HiDi® Taq DNA polymerase

Application End-Point, Real-Time
Brand myPOLS Biotec
Further Specification

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

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

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Storage -20°C
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