Yellow SubTM is suitable for many enzymatic reactions. It increases the yield and specificity of your PCR® - and saves time. Just add the specially formulated 10 x Yellow SubTM to your PCR®-mix. Yellow SubTM also contains a loading buffer and dye, so after the reaction you can apply the PCR®-mix directly on your agarose gel without adding any further solution. The yellow dye migrates at about 40 bp leaving even short bands easily visible. Yellow SubTM has been successfully tested in PCR® applications using different Taq Polymerases and also other thermostable polymerases like Pfu, Tth and Pfx. Furthermore, Yellow Sub is even compatible with many restriction enzymes and is specially suited for restriction digest screening procedures. Yellow SubTM is successfully used in many laboratories and quoted in several recent studies.
Product Features of Yellow SubTM
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8. Evaluation of a Real-Time PCR Test for the Detection and Discrimination of Theileria Species in the African Buffalo (Syncerus caffer)
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9. MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry fingerprinting: A diagnostic tool to differentiate dematiaceous fungi Stachybotrys chartarum and Stachybotrys chlorohalonata
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Journal of Microbiological Methods 115 (2015) 83–88
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