Multiplex qPCRMultiplexing is a powerful and efficient way to calculate gene expression levels of multiple targets in a single tube. Each target gene is amplified using specific primers and labelled probes so multiple reactions can occur at once.
PCR Biosystems’ probe-based real-time mixes are designed for superior sensitivity and specificity in multiplex and can be used with a wide range of probe technologies including TaqMan®, Scorpions® and molecular beacons probes.
Multiplex qPCR is a more efficient way to use small sample sizes as there is no need to divide samples for each individual singleplex experiment. Thanks to PCR Biosystems’ highly active enzymes your multiplex experiments will have high processivity even when amplifying multiple targets at once.
Clara™ Probe Mix
A powerful qPCR mix for probe-based detection of DNA. Compatible with all real-time qPCR instruments and probe chemistries.
qPCRBIO Probe Mix
qPCRBIO Probe Mix is the robust choice for all your probe-based real-time PCR needs. Our universal kit can be used to reliably detect extremely low copy number targets and quantify any DNA template including genomic, cDNA and viral sequences.
qPCRBIO Probe Blue Mix
Contains a non-reactive blue dye for easy sample visualisation and greater precision, particularly useful when loading small volume reactions or using white plates.
Clara™ Probe 1-Step Mix
A high-concentration 4x 1-step RT-qPCR kit in a single tube format. Enables ultra-sensitive, high-throughput detection of RNA and DNA sequences with minimal effort.
qPCRBIO Probe 1-Step Go
This universal 2x master mix is engineered for fast and sensitive 1-step RT-qPCR using sequence-specific probes. The redesigned buffer system, thermostable reverse transcriptase and antibody-mediated hot start technology support rapid and accurate detection of RNA targets and viruses.
qPCRBIO Probe 1-Step Virus Detect
A high-concentration 4x RT-qPCR kit designed specifically for ultra-sensitive, high-throughput detection of viral RNA sequences. Users can add more sample to their reactions to boost analytical sensitivity, even when working with small volume reactions.