Robust cDNA synthesis with SuperScript® III Reverse Transcriptase
18 Jan 2012

Choosing the correct reverse transcriptase (RT) for cDNA synthesis is critical to obtaining high yields of quality full length cDNA that accurately represents the input RNA. Robust performance at high temperatures performance can improve reverse transcription of RNA with persistent secondary structure and specificity of RT using gene-specific primers. Join Life Technologies webinar series, where we will discuss key attributes of reverse transcription, key applications for cDNA synthesis and SuperScript® III reverse transcriptase.

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