Taq DNA polymerase can have 100% activity in the supplied GenScript Taq Buffer. Additionally, the Taq DNA polymerase can also work well in other buffers. For your convenience, GenScript offers Taq buffer under the name 10x Taq Buffer (Cat. No. B0005).
Articles in this section
- Where can I find help troubleshooting my PCR?
- Will the 5'→3' flap endonuclease activity of Taq DNA Polymerase degrade primers?
- When should Taq DNA Polymerase be used in a primer extension reaction or for PCR?
- The product sequence doesn't completely match the expected sequence. How can this result be improved?
- Why is there no product when visualized on an agarose gel?
- What type of DNA end results from a primer extension reaction or a PCR using Taq DNA Polymerase?
- What is the maximum product length that can be made by GenScript's Taq DNA Polymerase?
- What is the proper concentration for a routine PCR reaction?
- How should I set up an amplification reaction using Taq DNA Polymerase?
- Which buffer should I use if I want to control the level of magnesium (Mg2+) in the reaction? Does the presence of Mg2+ inhibit PCR?