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Introducing Clara™ qPCR

Our next-generation qPCR mixes are pushing the boundaries of performance

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Air-Dryable Probe 1-Step Mix

Create high-performance dried assays in-house, with full control over the drying process and quality control steps

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Multiplex your qPCR

Discover our universal probe mixes designed with multiplex in mind

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We’re the PCR experts – developing high-performance PCR reagents to simplify your research and power your diagnostics

Tips and Tricks

Optimise your cDNA synthesis in 5 steps

Because good quality cDNA is key to reliable experiments, we’ve put together a set of tips to help you make the most of your reverse transcription reactions.

Whether you’re doing qPCR, cloning, or constructing cDNA libraries, follow our pointers and don’t let inefficient cDNA synthesis become the stumbling block to your research success.

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Enhance your workflow with PCRBIO HS VeriFi™ Polymerase

Challenging PCRs shouldn’t be a bottleneck to your downstream research. That’s why we’ve engineered PCRBIO HS VeriFi™ Polymerase, our high fidelity polymerase with AptaLock™ hot start technology, designed to tackle even the toughest of targets.

PCRBIO HS VeriFi™ Polymerase offers improved DNA binding and increased processivity, translating to significant improvements in speed, yield and sensitivity while also increasing PCR success rates of long and challenging templates.

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Application Note

Test panel for SARS-CoV-2 & winter viruses using multiplex probe 1-step RT-qPCR

RT-qPCR remains a benchmark technique for nucleic acid target detection and quantification, enabling reliable analysis of multiple samples and targets in a very short amount of time.

This application note describes a reliable and rapid multiplex assay for a winter panel comprising common winter viruses: Influenza A virus, Influenza B virus, human Respiratory Syncytial Virus A2, and the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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