• Efficient, sensitive, and reproducible
• Optimal performance when using standard or fast cycling conditions
• Ideal for high-throughput applications and overnight experiments
• Compatible with various real-time qPCR instruments
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Data and Publications
Figure 1. PCR Amplification Efficiency Remains Consistently High Under Standard or Fast Cycling Conditions
qPCR was performed with qPCR array plates, template, qPCR Master Mix and reference dye using a real-time PCR instrument. (A) The calculated PCR efficiency of 13 assays (n = 26) is shown run under fast cycling conditions using either diluted cDNA (50–0.016 ng) or 101 –107 copies of template. All assays exhibited 90–110% PCR efficiency with R2 >0.99. (B) At each concentration of cDNA (50 – 0.016 ng; 3 of 6 dilutions shown), the difference in Cq values determined using standard or fast cycling conditions was <1. Standard cycling: 3 min. 95°C; 49 x (15 sec. 95°C; 1 min. 60°). Fast cycling: 3 min. 95°C; 49 x (5 sec. 95°C; 30 sec. 60°).
Figure 2. Reproducible Amplification with qPCR Master Mix After Extended Pre-Heating
qPCR Master Mix was either heated at 55°C for 4 or 8 hours or not heated before use in qPCR assays with reference dye and varying amounts of cDNA (50 - 0.08 ng). An overlay of the amplification plots shows no effect on the amplification curves for unheated or heated qPCR Master Mix.