KAPA Probe Fast Univ. qPCR Kit 1000rxn
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KAPA Probe Fast Univ. qPCR Kit 1000rxn
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KAPA Probe Fast Universal qPCR Kit 1000 reactions (2 vials of 5mL)

KAPA PROBE FAST qPCR Kits


Precise, replicated and versatile for all probe-based qPCR applications.


KAPA PROBE FAST qPCR Kits hold a ready-to-use master mix for highly sensitive and accurate real-time PCR using sequence-specific fluorogenic probe chemistries including hydrolysis probes (e.g. TaqMan®), FRET probes, and displacement probes (e.g. molecular beacons).


Exceeds versatility and speed - KAPA PROBE FAST qPCR Kits supply fast and reproducible results for genotyping, gene expression analysis, and multiplexing offering:


  • Well-suited with all probe-based qPCR applications and instruments
  • Quick, reproducible, and precise quantification
  • Discrete clusters in SNP genotyping assays
  • Multiplex qPCR
  • Broad dynamic range
  • Highly stable master mix for high-throughput workflows
  • Product Reviews

    I used KAPA HiFi HS to amplify a 7kb component of the nuclear pore complex, which I had difficulties getting a clean amplification. The result was very satisfying and superior to all the other high-fidelity, proof-leading polymerases used in our lab.

     


    Dr P Louphrasitthiphol, Oxford University, 29 January 2013


    The Kapa Illumina library quantification kit is easy to use and allows all types of Illumina libraries to be quantified quickly.

    The kit contains a primer premix that is directly added to the 2x Kapa SYBR Fast qPCR Master Mix before use. Having the master mix already prepared helps to dramatically reduce the time spent setting up each qPCR plate. The kit also contain 6 DNA standards which allow quantification of library dilutions up to a concentration of 20 pM.

    This kit has greatly helped us to create reproducible cluster numbers on each Illumina NGS run and platform used and is a real necessity for anyone quantifying Illumina libraries.
     


    Dr S Holden, Manchester University, 20 November 2012



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