dNTP-Set 1 (pH 7), 5 x 4 x 25 μmol (250 μl), 100 mM
Melting point (mp) 0 °C
Storage temp. -20 °C
Transport temp. cooled
Concentration: 100 mM per dNTP
Typical end concentration in PCR: 200 µM each
excl. VAT. | 1 set per Pack Qty.
Art. No. 0178.2
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- Available as ready-to-use set or mix, for contamination-free applications
- Can be optimally combined with ROTI®Pol DNA polymerases from Carl ROTH
- Tested for “long range PCR“
- DNAse-, RNAse-, Protease- and Phosphatase-free
- Free of PCR inhibitors like modified bases and tetra-pyrophosphate
- Adjusted to pH 8,5 for superior stability even during larger numbers of freeze-and-thaw cycles
- Also available adjusted to pH 7,0 for special applications
- Highly efficient enzymatic fabrication of dATP, dGTP, dCTP and dUTP. dTTP ist synthesized chemically.
PCR, light-cycling, cDNA synthesis, labelling and primer-extension, mutagenesis-assays, sequencing reactions and in vitro transcription.
All Carl ROTH nucleotides are manufactured from highest-quality reagents and are most thoroughly tested for quality. This testing procedure not only includes standard-PCR but also ’long range PCR’, repeated quantitative light-cycling reactions, and tests for physical stability.
dNTP-Set 1 (pH 7) ≥99 % dATP, dTTP, dGTP, dCTP
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|Order No.||Pack Qty.||Pack.||Packaging||Price||Quantity|
|0178.1||1 set||plastic||4 x 25 μmol (250 μl), 100 mM||€110.20||
|0178.2||1 set||plastic||5 x 4 x 25 μmol (250 μl), 100 mM||€450.45||
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