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High-Processivity Sso7d Fusion Polymerase Improves qPCR Results

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Published on Jan 12, 2016

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Processivity is the rate at which nucleotides are added to extend PCR products. High processivity results in a greater number of nucleotides incorporated in each polymerase binding event.

Bio-Rad PCR supermixes are designed with advanced enzyme and buffer formulations for robust amplification with even the most challenging templates and target sequences.

Key Features and Benefits

• Superior gene expression results — consistent performance in all cycling conditions
• Increased detection sensitivity and efficiency in compromised samples — Sso7d fusion polymerase has increased resistance to a wide variety of PCR inhibitors
• Decreased run times without compromising qPCR data quality
• Improved results with predeveloped qPCR assays — advanced formulation tolerates a broad range of reaction conditions, primer concentrations, and temperature ranges.

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