Comment Request for new SYBR GreenER qPCR reagent system

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Tony Rook
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Comment Request for new SYBR GreenER qPCR reagent system

Below is a brief summary of Invitrogen's new SYBR GreenER reagent system. Has anybody used this in their qPCR assays yet? Please post with your comments! Good or Bad?

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Tony Rook
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The new SYBR GreenER qPCR reagent system incorporates the latest technology to produce the most reliable gene expression data from real-time qPCR. The SYBR GreenER system is specially formulated to offer the most consistent sensitivity and specificity with:

Novel dsDNA-binding dye-exhibits a brighter signal and less PCR inhibition than the original SYBR Green dye
Highly purified hot-start Taq polymerase-minimizes introduction of DNA contamination
Optimized buffer system-improves specificity and low-copy detection
Uracil DNA glycosylase/dUTP-reduces carryover contamination
More reliable gene expression data
The SYBR GreenER qPCR reagent system delivers superior sensitivity (Figure 1) and specificity across a wide variety of targets. For a comprehensive overview of the SYBR GreenER qPCR reagent system and additional supporting data, visit www.invitrogen.com/sybrgreener.

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i haven't tried it yet, but i

i haven't tried it yet, but i read about it recently and i think i am going to try it soon. i will update when i actually get it.