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Thermo Scientific™

dNTP Set, 100 mM Solutions

Catalog number: R0181
Thermo Scientific™

dNTP Set, 100 mM Solutions

Catalog number: R0181
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R0181
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4 x 0.25 mL
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Thermo Scientific dNTP Set is a convenient set of 100 mM aqueous solutions of each of dATP, dCTP, dGTP and dTTP, supplied in separate vials. These solutions of extremely stable nucleotides are titrated to pH 7.3-7.5 with NaOH. The nucleotides have greater than 99% purity, are free of nuclease activities, human and E. coli DNA. They are designed for many different molecular biology applications.

Features
• Purity confirmed by HPLC
• Free of human and E. coli DNA

Applications
For use in a wide variety of molecular biology applications, including:
• High fidelity and Long range PCR (40 kb)
• PCR, qPCR, RT-PCR, and cDNA synthesis
• RDA, MDA, LAMP-PCR
• DNA labeling and sequencing

Stablity
• Stable after multiple freeze-thaw cycles
• Up to 95% of dNTPs remain in triphosphate form after 7 weeks at room temperature
• Up to 90% of dNTPs remain in triphosphate form after 30 cycles of PCR (1 min at 94°C, 3 min at 72°C)

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

Specifications

Form
Liquid
Label or Dye
Unlabeled
Purity or Quality Grade
>99%
Quantity
4 x 0.25 mL
Shipping Condition
Dry Ice
For Use With (Application)
Standard PCR, High-fidelity PCR, Real Time PCR (qPCR)
Concentration
100 mM

Contents & Storage

dNTP Set, 100 mM solutions (4 x 0.25 mL)

Store at –20°C.

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