Site Directed Mutagenesis

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Site Directed Mutagensis

Site directed mutagenesis is an in vitro method for introducing specific and intentional mutations into DNA fragments. It is often performed using PCR-based methods due to its speed, simplicity and high efficiency.

Site directed mutagenesis using PCR has become an essential tool for studies of key sequences in regulatory regions and/or the relationship between the structure and function of proteins. PCR Biosystems offers a range of high fidelity DNA polymerases with low error rates that can be used in site directed mutagenesis workflows to ensure accurate amplification.

PCRBIO VeriFi Polymerase & Mixes

Our most versatile high fidelity enzyme designed for all PCR applications where greater sequence accuracy is required, together with successful amplification of long and challenging templates.

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PCRBIO HiFi Polymerase

Our original Pfu-derived high fidelity enzyme, PCRBIO HiFi Polymerase brings robust and reliable performance to the world of high fidelity PCR.

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PCRBIO Ultra Polymerase & Mixes

Is your template GC-rich? Or low in abundance? Does your sample contain PCR inhibitors? PCRBIO Ultra Polymerase is engineered to tackle these hard to amplify templates.

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