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illustra ExoProStar 1-Step

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General description

Enzymatic PCR clean up technology with illustra Exonuclease I and Alkaline Phosphatase combined in one tube to remove unincorporated primers and dNTPs. For maximum convenience comes in a single tube.

illustra ExoProStar is our new name for this PCR clean-up technology. No change in the formulation, so you get the same great product, and same great benefits!

The ExoProStar 1-Step PCR and Sequence Reaction Clean-Up reagent provides a simple, single-step method for removing unincorporated primers and nucleotides prior to downstream analysis. illustra Exonuclease I and Alkaline Phosphatase enzymes are combined in a single, stable mix requiring just one pipetting step to set up the clean-up reaction.

illustra ExoProStar 1-Step is based on GE’s founding patents for the clean-up of PCR reactions using Exonuclease 1 and Alkaline Phosphatase. This 1-step version is not available in USA, Canada and Japan. Instead, we offer a version with the enzymes in two separate tubes, the ExoProStar.

Features and Benefits

•  One tube with one mix of enzymes delivering PCR and sequence reaction clean-up
•  Just one pipetting step to set up your reaction
•  Fast 30-minute, hands-free protocol
•  100% recovery of PCR product
•  Scalable for different reaction sizes
•  Automation friendly

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illustra is a trademark of Cytiva

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