Trust your cloning and sequencing data. Many downstream applications such as cloning or next-generation sequencing depend on the accuracy of the upstream PCR amplification step. Our PrimeSTAR series and Takara LA Taq polymerases have been shown to work on highly polymorphic, homologous, or repetitive sequences.
|R050A/B||PrimeSTAR GXL DNA Polymerase||250/1,000 Units|
|R051A/B||PrimeSTAR GXL Premix||200/800 Rxns|
|R045A/B||PrimeSTAR MAX DNA Polymerase||100/400 Rxns|
|RR042A/B||TaKaRa LA Taq DNA Polymerase Hot-Start Version||125/500 Units|
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