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Rsa I

Rsa I is a restriction enzyme purified from Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides.

SD Polymerase 10 U/µl

BIORONs unique thermostable SD Polymerase for Isothermal Amplification and regular PCR. Efficient for high GC-content and difficult targets.

SD Polymerase 50 U/µl

BIORONs unique thermostable SD Polymerase for Isothermal Amplification and regular PCR. Efficient for high GC-content and difficult targets.

SD Polymerase Hotstart

BIORONs unique thermostable SD Polymerase 10 U/µl for Isothermal Amplification and regular PCR. Efficient for high GC-content and difficult targets. Polymerase is blocked by antibody.

Sfi I

Sfi I is a restriction enzyme purified from Streptomyces fimbriatus (ATCC 15051).

Single Cell WGA Kit

Single Cell WGA Kit for Whole Genome Amplification of single cells  with one lysis step. Contains BIORONs unique SD Polymerase.

Sma I

Sma I is a restriction enzmye purified from Serratia marcescens (ATCC 49779).

Smart One RT-PCR Master Mix

Smart One RT-PCR Master Mix is designed for all applications that require Reverse Transcription of RNA into cDNA and a subsequent PCR amplification. Only primers and sample RNA have to be added to the mix.

SNPase Hotstart DNA Polymerase

SNPase Hotstart DNA Polymerase 20 U/µl with a mutation in in active site is specially designed for DNA sequencing and SNP genotyping. DNA Polymerase is blocked by antibody.

SuperHot Master Mix

SuperHotMaster Mix is a 2x concentrated liquid ready-to-use Master Mix for various PCR applications. Taq Polymerase is blocked by antibody.

SuperHotTaq DNA Polymerase HC

SuperHot Taq DNA Polymerase high concentrated with 30 U/µl or  25 U/µl for lyophilization and diagnostic kit production. Also available as glycerol-free variant.

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T4 DNA Ligase

T4 DNA Ligase catalyzes the formation of a phosphodiester bond between 5′ phosphate and 3′ hydroxyl termini in duplex DNA or RNA.

T4 Polynucleotide Kinase

PNK catalyses the transfer of terminal phosphate from the gamma position of ATP to the 5`-hydroxyl terminus of polynucleotides and nucleoside 3`-monophosphates.