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Analytik Jena GmbH, Germany

Analytik Jena is a leading provider of high-end analytical measuring technology, of instruments and products in the fields of biotechnology and molecular diagnostics, as well as of high quality liquid handling and automation technologies. Its portfolio includes traditional analytical technology, par more

Takara Bio Europe S.A.S., France

Takara Bio Europe is a wholly owned subsidiary of Takara Bio Inc., who develops, manufactures, and distributes a wide range of life science reagents under the Takara™, Clontech®, and Cellartis® brands. Key products include SMART cDNA synthesis kits for a variety of samples and applications, includ more

TransGen Biotech Co., LTD, China

In 2006, TransGen Biotech Co., Ltd was founded by three scientists with a mission to produce innovative and cost-effective products for life science research. Now TransGen is a leading manufacturer of more than 200 molecular and cellular biology reagents. TransGen Biotech headquaters in Beijing, an more

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Products Polymerases

Quality for PCR: Highly Active Taq Polymerase

MolTaq: Molzym’s highly processive and robust Taq DNA polymerase for high quality PCR performance more

News Polymerases

  • Why remdesivir does not fully stop the coronavirus

    Remdesivir is the first drug against Covid-19 to be conditionally approved in Europe and the United States. The drug is designed to suppress the rapid replication of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in human cells by blocking the viral copying machine, called RNA polymerase. Researchers at the Max Planck Instit more

  • Researchers identify multiple molecules that shut down SARS-Cov-2 polymerase reaction

    SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus causing the global COVID-19 pandemic, uses a protein called polymerase to replicate its genome inside infected human cells. Terminating the polymerase reaction will stop the growth of the coronavirus, leading to its eradication by the human host's immune system. Researche more

  • How the coronavirus multiplies its genetic material

    When someone becomes infected with the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen proliferates rapidly in the cells of the infected person. To do so, the virus has to multiply its genetic material, which consists of a single long RNA strand. This task is performed by the viral “copy machine”, the so more

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Videos Polymerases

ICR Researchers use Cryo-Electron Microscopy to zoom in on DNA code being read in cells

ICR Researchers led by Dr Alessandro Vannini have captured images of molecular machinery called RNA Polymerase III in the act of transcribing a gene in exquisite and unprecedented detail. Animation provided by Phospho Biomedical Animation more

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