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Reverse transcriptase Core kit

qPCR Miscellaneous

The universal Reverse Transcriptase Core kit can be combined with each qPCR Core kit or qPCR MasterMix, available from Eurogentec. The RT buffer and PCR buffers have been harmonized to ensure optimal results with any combination.

The Reverse Transcriptase Core kit contains enough reagents for up to 300 / 500 - 10 µl reactions.

DescriptionSize Reference USD Qty  
Reverse Transcriptase Core Kit 3005 x 300 RXN 05-RTCK-03 2 090.00Add to cart
Reverse Transcriptase Core Kit 5005 x 500 RXN 05-RTCK-05 3 461.00Add to cart
Reverse Transcriptase Core Kit 30010 x 300 RXN 10-RTCK-03 3 337.00Add to cart
Reverse Transcriptase Core Kit 50010 x 500 RXN 10-RTCK-05 5 528.00Add to cart
Reverse Transcriptase Core Kit 300300 RXN RT-RTCK-03 556.00Add to cart
Reverse Transcriptase Core Kit 500500 RXN RT-RTCK-05 921.00Add to cart
10 µl reactions

Delivery times

   2 WD if ordered before Thursday

Shipping conditions

   Dry ice

Storage conditions

For long term storage the Reverse Transcriptase Core kit should be stored at -65 °C to -75 °C in a constant temperature freezer. When stored under these conditions the reagents are stable for 1 year.
For short term storage the Reverse Transcriptase Core kit can be stored at -15 °C to -25 °C for up to 6 months.

Reverse Transcriptase Core kit pictureThe universal Reverse Transcriptase Core kit can be combined with each qPCR Core kit or qPCR MasterMix, available from Eurogentec. As the RT buffer and the PCR buffer are harmonized, optimal results will be obtained with this combination. The Reverse Transcriptase Core kit contains enough reagents for up to 300 / 500 - 10 µl reactions, using the EuroScript RT enzyme and the RNase Inhibitor. The kit contains a 10x buffer, dNTP mix, EuroScript, RNase Inhibitor and 25 mM MgCl2, oligo d(T) primers, random nonamers and RNase free water tubes.

 

 

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