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Thermo Scientific™ Luminaris™ Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes


Optimize qPCR with probe detection using standard cycling protocols with these ready-to-use master mixes with premixed UDG, available with or without blue color.

Manufacturer: thermo scientific™  K0343

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Catalog No. FERK0343

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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Description Color Probe Low ROX
For Use With (Application) Gene expression analysis; siRNA validation; Genotyping; Pathogen detection
Includes Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes include Hot Start Taq Polymerase, UDG and dNTPs (also dUTP) in an optimized PCR buffer with a blue dye; 40X Yellow Sample Buffer with a yellow dye; Nuclease-free water
No. of Reactions 1250
Quantity 1250 x 20µL rxns
Storage Requirements Note that ROX dye is light sensitive. Exposure to light should be minimized

Luminaris Color Probe and Luminaris Probe qPCR Master Mixes are universal ready-to-use solutions optimized for qPCR and two-step RT-qPCR. The master mixes include Thermo Scientific Hot Start Taq DNA polymerase, uracil-DNA glycosylase (UDG) and dNTPs in an optimized PCR buffer. Only the template, primers and probe need to be added.

The Hot Start Taq DNA polymerase, in combination with an optimized buffer, ensures PCR specificity and sensitivity. dUTP and UDG are included in the mix for carry-over contamination control. The Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes are supplemented with an inert blue dye and a separate Yellow Sample Buffer that contains a yellow dye. The qPCR reaction mix containing both components is green.

The use of Luminaris Color Probe and Luminaris Probe qPCR Master Mixes in qPCR ensures reproducible, sensitive and specific quantification of genomic, plasmid, viral and cDNA templates. Individual formulations of Luminaris Color Probe and Luminaris Probe qPCR Master Mixes with ROX at different concentrations as passive reference dye are available for most qPCR platforms.

Thermo Scientific Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes are universal ready-to-use solutions optimized for qPCR and two-step RT-qPCR. The master mixes include Thermo Scientific Hot Start Taq DNA polymerase, uracil-DNA glycosylase (UDG) and dNTPs in an optimized PCR buffer. Only the template, primers and probe need to be added.

The Hot Start Taq DNA polymerase, in combination with an optimized buffer, ensures PCR specificity and sensitivity. dUTP and UDG are included in the mix for carry-over contamination control. The Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes are supplemented with an inert blue dye and a separate Yellow Sample Buffer that contains a yellow dye. The qPCR reaction mix containing both components is green.

The use of Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes in qPCR ensures reproducible, sensitive and specific quantification of genomic, plasmid, viral and cDNA templates. Individual formulations of Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes with ROX at different concentrations as passive reference dye are available for most qPCR platforms.

  • Specificity no primer dimers

  • Sensitivitity detects low copy number targets

  • Wide linear range accurate quantification across 9 orders of magnitude

  • Reproducibility and convenience ready-to-use 2X master mix

  • Blue Master Mix and Yellow Sample Buffer for easy pipetting
  • UDG in the master mix to prevent carry-over contamination
  • Excellent qPCR performance
  • Versions with premixed ROX for different real-time platforms
  • Standard cycling protocols
Luminaris Color Probe High ROX qPCR Master Mix (2X) and Luminaris Color Probe Low ROX qPCR Master Mix (2X) contain different amounts of ROX passive reference dye for specific real-time platforms.

Includes:

  • Luminaris Color Probe qPCR Master Mixes include Hot Start Taq Polymerase, UDG and dNTPs (also dUTP) in an optimized PCR buffer with a blue dye
  • 40X Yellow Sample Buffer with a yellow dye
  • Nuclease-free water

Recommended for:

Gene expression analysis; siRNA validation; Genotyping; Pathogen detection