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MasterTaq in Biological Technology

The Use of MasterTaq Polymerase for PCR with Humic Material-Contaminated DNA

Katrin Ravenschlag Max-Planck-Institute for Marine Microbiology, Celsiusstr.1, 28359 Germany Phone: ++49-421-2028-936, Fax: ++49-421-2028-580, email: kravensc@mpi-bremen.de Introduction Direct extracti...

Amplification of Mouse cDNAs for Microarrays Using the Eppendorf MasterTaq Kit

Katrine Verdun, Richard Rouse, and Gary Hardiman BIOGEM, Division of Biology, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0349 e-mail: ghardiman@ucsd.edu www.biogem.ucsd.edu Introduc...

Enhancing PCR* Efficiency with MasterTaq

Bodo Eickhoff and Jrgen van der Bosch Experimental Immunopharmacology, Research Center Borstel, Parkallee 22, D-23845 Borstel, Germany. Tel.: +49 4537 188458 Fax: +49 4537 188404 email: jvdbosch@fz-borstel.de ...

Amplification of the amoA Gene of Nitrosococcus oceani Bacteria Using Eppendorf MasterTaq

Kathryn L. Dudeck and Wendy A. Dustman University of Georgia, Department of Marine Sciences Introduction This application describes the use of the MasterTaq polymer...

The use of TaqMaster PCR Enhancer

...hieving consistent amplification of genomic DNA with impurities using a novel PCR enhancer. The Eppendorf mastertaq Kit contains the TaqMaster PCR enhancer that has been specially developed to improve the amplification of difficult templates by...

Easy preparation of total RNA from cultured cells with TRIzol and Eppendorf Phase Lock Gel

... of the human p53 gene. Amplification was performed in a final reaction volume of 25 l. PCR was performed with the Eppendorf mastertaq Kit (50 mM KCl; 10 mM Tris-HCl pH 8.3; 15 mM Mg-Acetate; 1 U Taq DNA Polymerase) and 0.5 M of specific 5 and 3-primers accor...
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