PhilisaFAST® DNA Polymerase

PhilisaFAST DNA Polymerase is a hot-start PCR enzyme formulated for rapid performance with both end-point and real-time PCR systems. PhilisaFAST is compatible with hydrolysis probes (TaqMan) in single or multiplex reactions.

PhilisaFAST DNA polymerase

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

PhilisaFAST DNA Polymerase is a hot-start enzyme formulated for fast PCR. It is specifically formulated for rapid performance with both end-point and real-time PCR systems and displays 5’-3’ exonuclease activity, making it compatible with hydrolysis probes (TaqMan) in single or multiplex reactions. PhilisaFAST DNA Polymerase features extension rates as fast as 10 sec/kb, decreasing total reaction time compared to typical PCR enzymes.

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Features

  • Compatible with hydrolysis probes (TaqMan) in single or multiplex reactions
  • Extension rates as fast as 10 sec/kb
  • Amplifies large DNA fragments (10 kb) in less than an hour
  • Available in kit size of 250 units

Benefits

DescriptionCatalog Number
 
PhilisaFAST DNA Polymerase Kit250024

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