qPCR has become ubiquitous for nucleic acid detection and quantification and remains the gold standard for a wide array of applications. To help you publish high-quality, reproducible data that reflect true experimental conditions, we’ve developed this comprehensive guide to performing the ultimate qPCR experiment.
Passive reference dyes are included in qPCR/RT-qPCR supermixes to compensate for pipetting errors and thermal and/or optical differences in real-time instruments. Our universal line of reagents eliminates the need for spiking in dyes or having to worry about how much ROX your instrument needs. See how your qPCR experiments can also generate more reliable data and be reproducible by anyone.