WizPure™ HS-PCR FDmix



WizPure™ HS-PCR FDmix combines all the reagents necessary for successful antibody-based hot-start PCR in a convenient individually aliquoted and lyophilized in single-tube. WizPure™ HS-PCR FDmix is an optimized, economical, highly efficient, and ready-to-use hot-start PCR premix that can amplify templates of up to 5 kb. The PCR mixture of hot-start Taq DNA Polymerase, PCR buffer, MgCl2, and dNTPs. This HS-PCR FDmix contains all components for PCR, except DNA template and primers. The mixture is suitable for amplification of most of the DNA templates. Tested for the absence of endonucleases & exonucleases and is also tested for amplification of single gene copy.
WizPure™ HS-PCR FDmix yields excellent and consistent results in routine PCR reactions as well as high-throughput PCR genotyping, colony PCR, RT-PCR, and PCR cloning. PCR reactions can be directly loaded onto an agarose gel without the additional need of loading buffer and dyes.

  • Overview
  • Including loading dye for easy gel electrophoresis
  • A-tail formation at 3’ ends of amplified duplex DNA
  • Ready-to-use dried type
  • Easy reaction setup (pre-aliquot in 8-strip tube)
  • High PCR specificity and high sensitivity PCR amplification
  • Antibody-mediated hot-start PCR
  • Room-temperature reaction set-up
  • Contains loading dye for visual confirmation and quick electrophoresis
  • Minimal optimization requirements
  • Eliminating extra pipetting steps and multiple reagents reduces contamination risk and provide better reproducibility
  • Ordering Information
Cat No. Size Remark
W1611 96 T 8 strip x 12 ea
W1611-5 480 T 8 strip x 60 ea
  • Technical Data
  • Applications
  • High through-put PCR
  • Routine diagnostic PCR requiring high reproducibility
  • Hot-start PCR
  • Primer extension
  • Multiplex PCR
  • High specific amplification of DNA fragments shorter than 3kb
  • Storage & Shipping
Shipped at room temperature
Store at -20ºC, upon receipt


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