Thermo Scientific™ Phusion High-Fidelity DNA Polymerase
Get superior performance for cloning and other applications requiring high fidelity with one of the most accurate thermostable DNA polymerases available.
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific™ F530S
Phusion DNA Polymerases set a gold standard for PCR performance. They offer a combination of characteristics that no other enzyme can match. Featuring an error rate 50-fold lower than that of Taq, and 6-fold lower than that of Pfu, Phusion DNA Polymerase is the most accurate thermostable polymerase available. This feature makes Phusion DNA Polymerases superior choice for cloning and other applications requiring high fidelity. The unique structure of the enzyme enables short protocol times, abundant yields and robust performance, even in the presence of PCR inhibitors. For the researcher, that translates to ease-of-use and convenience. In addition, Phusion DNA Polymerases also produce higher yields with lower enzyme amounts than other DNA polymerases.
New Phusion Green format is a combination of Phusion DNA Polymerase and 5X Phusion Green Buffers. The buffers include a density reagent and two tracking dyes for direct loading of PCR products on a gel. The colored buffer does not interfere with excelent performance of Phusion DNA Polymerases and is compatible with downstream applications such as DNA sequencing, ligation and restriction digestion.
- Extreme fidelity (error rate 4.4 x 10-7 in Phusion HF Buffer)
- Polymerase speed allows short extension times (15 to 30 s/kb)
- Robust performance, minimal optimization needed
- Increased product yields with minimal enzyme amounts
- Direct loading on gel with Green Buffer
|Fast PCR, high-fidelity PCR, cloning, long or difficult amplicons, DHPLC, microarray|
|Phusion High-Fidelity DNA Polymerase is supplied with 5x Phusion HF Buffer, 5x Phusion GC Buffer, DMSO and 50 mM MgCl2 solution. Both Phusion HF Buffer and Phusion GC Buffer provide 1.5 mM MgCl2 in the final 1x concentration.|
|Recommended storage temperature -20°C. Stable for one year from the assay date.|