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Thermo Scientific DyNAzyme DNA Polymerases are Taq-like enzymes with improved thermal stability at high temperatures. They are ideal for all routine PCR applications, and have improved tolerance against DMSO. DyNAzyme I DNA Polymerase is a native thermostable DNA polymerase from Thermus brockianus. DyNAzyme II DNA Polymerase is an easy-to-use, recombinant thermostable DNA polymerase for standard PCR.
DyNAzyme I DNA Polymerase Kit (F-550):
DyNAzyme II DNA Polymerase (F-501):
DyNAzyme II DNA Polymerase with Mg2+-free DyNAzyme Buffer and MgCl2 Solution (F-503):
Polymerase structure, Basic articles
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