• Same high performance as BIO-X-ACT™ Short DNA Polymerase
• Amplifies fragments up to 5Kb
• Convenient pre-mixed, pre-optimized 2x solutions
• Reduced risk of contamination
• Dramatically decreases the time required for reaction setup
• Reproducible results
BIO-X-ACT™ Short Mix is a complete ready-to-use 2x reaction mix, which enables PCR assays to be performed on problematic templates, with the simple addition of water, template and primers. In order to achieve optimal reaction conditions, the BIO-X-ACT Short Mix contains BIO-X-ACT™ Short DNA Polymerase, MgCl2, ultra-pure dNTPs manufactured by Bioline as well as further additives. The mix has been optimized for a wide variety of templates, and an additional 50mM MgCl2 solution is included should any fine adjustments be required.
BIO-X-ACT Short Mix dramatically reduces the time needed to set up reactions, thereby minimizing the risk of contamination. Greater reproducibility is ensured by a reduction in the number of pipetting steps that can lead to pipetting errors.
• High-fidelity PCR
• Suitable for TA cloning
• GC-rich templates
• Crude sample PCR
• Forensic applications
• BIO-X-ACT Short Mix
• 50mM MgCl2 Solution
BIO-25025: 100 x 50µl Reactions: 2 x 1.25ml
BIO-25026: 500 x 50µl Reactions: 10 x 1.25ml
A sample of BIO-X-ACT Short Mix was stored at +20°C over a five-week period and tested daily. No detectable loss of activity was evidenced. However, in view of the possibility of microbial contamination, please adhere to the recommended storage conditions.
BIO-X-ACT Short Mix can be stored for up to 12 months at -20°C, or up to 2 weeks at +4°C.
BIO-X-ACT is a trademark of Bioline
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