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New England Biolabs

New England Biolabs - DNA Polymerase

NEB offers a range of DNA polymerase formulations optimized for different applications. In this video Product Marketing Manager Fiona Stewart explains which products to choose for routine amplification, high-fidelity amplification, and next generation sequencing applications depending on the base content of your target amplicon.

To choose the right DNA polymerase for your application please visit our PCR selection tool 


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