PCR, qPCR ja RT-qPCR Reagendid

Solis BioDyne on arendanud ja tootnud biotehnoloogilisi reagente ülikoolilinnas Tartus alates 1995. aastast. Viimase 25 aastaga oleme saanud üheks juhtivaks reagentide tootjaks Euroopas ning kõrged kvaliteedistandardid on muutnud Solis BioDyne-i usaldusväärseks kaubamärgiks kogu maailmas. Meie DNA polümeraasid, PCR-segud, qPCR-segud ja cDNA sünteesi reagendid on kasutusel nii Eestis kui ka Eestist väljaspool, nii tippteadusasutustes kui ka biotehnoloogiaettevõtetes – koostööprojektid ulatuvad OEM- tootmisest kuni teadusuuringuteni.

Product Categories

Endpoint PCR

Full range of endpoint PCR reagents including

Hot-start and standard DNA polymerases with buffers

Convenient Master Mixes for GC-rich and multiplex reactions

Master Mixes with Ready-to-Load feature enable direct loading to gel

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qPCR and RT-qPCR

Optimized ready-to-use solutions for real-time PCR including

Probe-based qPCR Mixes for standard, fast and ultra fast applications

Dye-based qPCR Mixes with EvaGreen® and SolisGreen® dyes

Time saving one-step RT-qPCR kits for quick RNA analysis

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cDNA Synthesis

Variety of reverse transcriptases (RT) for first-strand cDNA synthesis

RT enzymes with wide range of reaction temperature: 37ºC - 60ºC

Fast raction time - from 15 minutes

Available in convenient mix and flexible kit format

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Additional Enzymes and Reagents

Common reagents required in PCR and post-PCR analysis including

DNA Ladders

Nucleotides in Set and Mix format

DNA Loading Dyes

MgCl2 and PCR enhancer

Enzymes for MALDI-TOF

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Testimonials

Convinced with the performance and quality of the product HOT FIREPol MultiPlex Mix in multiple applications: robust enzyme activity and reproducible results
in single and highly multiplexed PCRs
a "must-have" in the laboratory.

Dr. Sergey Yakushev Head of the laboratory/Microsynth, Switzerland

Excellent product quality along with affordable prices and committed customer service: these are the reasons why Solis BioDyne is our strategic enzyme supplier since many years...

Davide Roaschio Scientist in Product Development / Loewe Biochemica GmbH, Germany

We appreciate your products because most of our research takes place in Kenya and it can be difficult to ship items that are temperature sensitive...

Dr Jeremy Herren International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, Kenya

Technology note

1. Reaction set-up 2. Run the reaction 3. Analyze the result
With our SolisFAST® reagents You will cut in half the time you spend waiting for Your data. Our fast mixes are highly sensitive and with robust performance across wide range of templates. Mixes with UNG enzyme will eliminate carry-over contamination and increase reliability of Your test results.

Catalogue products are not for you?

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Latest News

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How PCR can permit early diagnosis of breast cancer?

Since October is a National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we decided to take a closer look into the topic focusing on PCR/qPCR part in diagnostics.

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Why hot-start is so hot?

Using hot-start DNA polymerase helps you to avoid primer-dimers and unspecific amplification. In this article we explain benefits and disadvantages of each most common method.

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Jana – a mentor with a clear vision and the soul of a race car driver

Jana compares her career at Solis BioDyne to rally, saying there are turns and tracks with different covers, some easier to get through than others. The important thing is to keep your eye on the prize, keep your gears in good order and get along with your co-driver – that is the secret to good teamwork and success.

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Primer design tips and tricks

Whenever you are planning to do a PCR experiment, whether it is end-point PCR, qPCR, RT-PCR, or some other sort of PCR, you are going to need primers. Getting the right primers can be difficult and you can't just go and buy random primers either, you have to design them first.

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