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GC-RICH PCR System from Roche Applied Science

ProductsGC-RICH PCR System from Roche Applied Science
Company Roche Applied Science
Item GC-RICH PCR System
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Description For amplification of GC-rich nucleic acids

The GC-RICH PCR System, a blend of Taq DNA Polymerase and a proofreading polymerase, powers through templates that are difficult or impossible to amplify with other polymerases and other blends of polymerases. The enhanced processivity of the blend and the unique GC-RICH Resolution Solution combine to deliver superior performance especially from problematic templates.

PCR
Amplification of difficult templates up to 5 kb
Info Roche Applied ScienceRoche Applied Science
Roche Diagnostics Corporation
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Indianapolis, IN 46250-0414 USA




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