SYBR Green qPCR Master Mix

By: Stratech Scientific Ltd  30/07/2015
Keywords: Molecular Biology, Biotool

Biotoolâ„¢ 2x SYBR Green qPCR master mix utilizes a special performance-enhanced Taq DNA polymerase protected via a hot-start activation technique, and optimized qPCR buffer system to perform SYBR Green I based quantitative PCR. The mix, prepared at 2x reaction concentration, can be directly used for robust and low-template quantitative PCR with high sensitivity, specificity and reliability.


  • Accurate Detection: High specific and sensitive quantitation even for low copy targets or a wide range of template samples
  • High Stability: Hot-start enzyme activation and convenient room-temperature reaction setup makes it suitable for automation and high throughput detection
  • Robustness and Versatility: High-efficiency, compatible with both fast and standard qPCR cycling methods
  • Cost Effective: Offered at much discounted price compared to market price


  • Dye-based quantitative PCR detection
  • Nucleic acid amplification and expression profiling
  • Quantitative genotyping studies
  • Genomics-related applications

Where can I find more information about Biotool?

Visit the manufacturer page at, email [email protected] or call +44 (0) 1638 782600.

Stratech Scientific is a distributor of high quality, competitively priced, reliable products for research laboratories throughout the UK and Europe. Please contact us to find out which ranges we can supply in your country.


Keywords: Biotool, Molecular Biology,

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