GoTaq® Probe 2-Step RT-qPCR System


Promega Corp.

The GoTaq® Probe 2-Step RT-qPCR System is optimized for quantitative PCR assays in the hydrolysis probe detection format. The system protocol facilitates detection and relative quantification of RNA ...read more

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Description

 

The GoTaq® Probe 2-Step RT-qPCR System is optimized for quantitative PCR assays in the hydrolysis probe detection format. The system protocol facilitates detection and relative quantification of RNA expression levels via a two-step RT-qPCR method using integrated components:

• GoScript™ Reverse Transcription System
• GoTaq® Probe qPCR Master Mix

The GoScript™ Reverse Transcription System includes an optimized reaction buffer and reverse transcriptase designed to enable efficient synthesis of first-strand cDNA in preparation for PCR amplification. The cDNA product may be added directly to downstream qPCR amplification reactions.
The GoTaq® Probe qPCR Master Mix is provided as a ready-to-use, stabilized 2X formulation that includes all components for qPCR (except template, primers and probe). This master mix does not contain a reference dye; however, a separate tube of carboxy-X-rhodamine (CXR) reference dye is included with this system, allowing users to add reference dye to amplification reactions if desired.

Features - Benefits

• Superior Performance: Sensitive detection on any real-time instrument
• Enhanced Stability: Exceptional room-temperature setup makes it suitable for automation and high-throughput detection
• Versatility: Compatible with both fast and standard cycling methods
• Robustness: High-efficiency, full-length cDNA synthesis in the presence of inhibitors
• Confidence: The Promega PCR Performance Guarantee

Applications

• Sensitive sequence detection and quantification
• Gene expression analysis
• Detection of sequence variants
• Fluorescent detection

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