myTags 80K Immortal Probe Set, > 200 ng
myTags Immortal probe libraries are a great solution to minimizing long-term costs associated with large-scale projectsUser Manual Application Note Application Note 2
- Generate high yields of labeled probes from low input amounts
- Produce labeled probes as needed, when needed
- Easily try new dyes and labels
- Produce endless supply of probes from the amplifiable immortal library
Easily generate higher yields of labeled probes compared to other labeling methods while gaining the flexibility to select fluorophores or haptens of choice. myTags immortal libraries are amplifiable, meaning there is an endless supply of probe library which can produce labeled probes from amplified pools of the original stock library. Immortal probe libraries are a great solution to minimizing long-term costs associated with large-scale projects. Additionally, we can provide oligo libraries with unique primer sets for labeling Oligopaints probes.
The myTags labeling method and technical support provided by Daicel Arbor Biosciences delivers the confidence required to label your probes in-house. The labeling process involves two simple transcription processes to transcribe large amounts of single-stranded DNA probes from small amounts of input DNA.
If pre-labeled, ready-to-use probes are preferred, please review the myTags Labeled Library option for your application. Daicel Arbor Biosciences provides complimentary probe design for either immortal or labeled libraries in order to deliver the best performance possible.
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