Real-Time PCR Mixes

Bioline SensiMix SYBR & Fluorescein Kit (BIO-QT615)

Features

The SensiMix SYBR® & Fluorescein Kit contains fluorescein, making it specifically suitable for use on real-time instruments that measure fluorescein signal, such as the Bio-Rad iCycler®, iQ™5 and MyiQ™ platforms. Both SYBR® Green I and fluorescein are premixed for immediate use.

With SYBR® Green I and fluorescein in their premixed and optimized concentrations, as few as 10 copies of a target gene can be detected.

SensiMix SYBR & Fluorescein Kit Pack Size:

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Features and Benefits
• Simple and reproducible: premixed with SYBR® Green I and fluorescein, just add primers and template, reducing errors in set-up
• Specific and sensitive: for detection of a wide range of template concentration, even from hard to obtain and low copy number samples
• Flexible: suitable for block-based instruments where fluorescein is required to allow calculation of dynamic well factors
• 2x master mix: premixed with SYBR® Green I and an internal reference for convenience

Instrument Compatibility
Bio-Rad iCycler®, iQTM5 and MyiQ™. (See product selection table). However the kit can is also compatible with several instruments that do not require the use of fluorescein, such as the Qiagen Rotor-Gene™ 6000, the Bio-Rad CFX96 or the Roche LightCycler® 480.

Volume
QT615-02: 250 x 50µl Reactions: 5 x 1.25ml
QT615-05: 500 x 50µl Reactions: 10 x 1.25ml
QT615-20: 2000 x 50µl Reactions: 40 x 1.25ml

Components
2x Reaction mix consisting of:
• Heat-activated DNA polymerase
• Ultra-pure dNTPs
• MgCl2 (6mM)
• Fluorescein
• SYBR® Green I

Plus separate vials of:
• 50mM MgCl2

 Kit Size
The kit size is based on a 50µl final reaction volume.

Storage Conditions
6 months at -20°C. Avoid exposure of the SYBR® Green I to light.

Notes
SensiMix is a trademark of Bioline Reagents Ltd.

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