5x MyTaq™ Reaction Buffer Red

Cat No. Size List Price* Qty  
BIO-37112 4 x 1ml $57.50
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5x MyTaq™ Reaction Buffer Red is an advanced formulation buffer for use with MyTaq DNA Polymerase.

Features & Benefits

  • Increased sensitivity and speed - combined with MyTaq and MyTaq HS yield and speed are significantly improved
  • All in one - includes preoptimized concentrations of dNTPs, MgCl2 stabilizers and enhancers
  • Robust - gives high yield across a wide range of templates
  • Direct gel loading - for high throughput


  • Specific amplification of complex templates
  • Robust amplification of GC-rich sequences
  • High throughput PCR
  • Colony PCR
  • Multiplexing
  • Genotyping
  • Two-Step RT-PCR
  • TA cloning


5x MyTaq™ Reaction Buffer Red is an advanced formulation buffer that saves time and delivers superior results. The buffer contains dNTPs, MgCl2 and enhancers at optimal concentrations which eliminate the need for further optimization.

The specially designed red formulation does not interfere with the PCR reaction and enables users to load samples directly onto a gel after the PCR without the need to add loading buffer.


MyTaq is a trademark of Bioline.




5x MyTaq Reaction Buffer Red

4 x 1ml

Storage & Stability

All components should be stored at -20°C upon receipt for optimum stability. Repeated freeze/thaw cycles should be avoided.

When stored under the recommended conditions and handled correctly, full activity of the reagents is retained until the expiry date indicated on the outer box label.

Shipping conditions

Shipped on dry/blue ice

Certificates of Analysis (COAs)

Certificates of Analysis for 5x MyTaq™ Reaction Buffer Red are grouped by catalogue number and then listed by batch number. Larger pack sizes are listed first. To locate the COA for your product, first find the catalogue number and then the required batch number.

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