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i-StarTaq(TM) DNA Polymerase
CAT. 25161 (250 Units)
CAT. 25162 (500 Units)
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i-StarTaq(TM) DNA polymerase, a modified system of i-Taq(TM) DNA polymerase, is supplied in an inactive state that has no polymerase activity at ambient temperature.
This system is a premixed complex of i-Taq(TM) DNA polymerase and the enhanced
molecules that inhibit the DNA polymerase activities at ambient temperature.
This prevents extension of nonspecifically annealed primers and primer-dimer formed
at low temperatures during PCR reaction.
This i-StarTaq(TM) DNA polymerase shows a stringent PCR specificity and reproducibility assay in which low-copy template targets are amplified efficiently.
PCR (polymerase chain reaction) is developed by Kary Mullis in mid 1980's and it has made development of modern molecular biology possible through DNA oligo sequence. The commonly used DNA polymerase in PCR method is Taq DNA polymerase. In the beginning, the enzyme used in PCR method was E. coli DNA polymerase, but the enzyme had to be added at every step of the process due to its thermal instability.
Therefore, DNA polymerase is developed from Thermus aquaticus bacteria which thrives in hot spa. Taq DNA polymerase optimally compose DNA at 72, therefore it could stably amplify a specified oligo sequence without adding enzyme at every cycle due to its thermal stability even at 94.
High fidelity, fast extension speed, and outstanding activity
High accuracy and yield
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