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Thermo Scientific™ Maxima™ H Minus cDNA Synthesis Master Mix with DsDNase Enzyme

Provide one-tube master mix for convenient and consistent cDNA synthesis for two-step RT-qPCR applications. The format helps streamline the RT-qPCR workflow, saves time, reduces pipeting errors to give customers sensitive, reliable and fast cDNA synthesis.

$546.04 - $1,752.67

Specifications

Item Description Maxima H Minus cDNA Synthesis Master Mix with DsDNase Enzyme
For Use With (Application) Genomic DNA elimination and cDNA synthesis
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Description

Description

Thermo Scientific Maxima H Minus Reverse Transcriptase (RT), an engineered RNase H minus enzyme, is formulated into convenient one-tube master mix with a simplified protocol, enabling consistency and maximum control of RT-qPCR. It was developed through molecular evolution to improve thermostability, robustness and synthesis rates. Maxima H Minus RT also shows up to a 50x increase in processivity, has no RNase H activity, and demonstrates higher sensitivity.
  • Efficiently transcribes large and small amounts of RNA
  • Quick and convenient setup eliminates pipeting caused variability
  • Reduces risk of cross-contamination between samples
  • Consistently higher sensitivity for wide variety of gene targets
  • High linearity in cDNA synthesis over a broad dynamic range
  • dsDNase for fast and more efficient gDNA removal in RNA prep and no-RT control for RT-qPCR
  • dsDNase treated RNA samples show no decrease in RNA integrity or quantity
  • Complete enzyme activity from 42° to 55°C
Specifications

Specifications

Maxima H Minus cDNA Synthesis Master Mix with DsDNase Enzyme
Genomic DNA elimination and cDNA synthesis