Taq Enzymes 101

Thermos acquaticus was discovered by Thomas Brock in the 1970s in a hot spring of Yellowstone National Park. That discovery led to the identification of Taq polymerase (Taq or TaqPol), taq enzymes that are now commonly used among scientists. Though the find was extremely significant to scientists and biologists, Taq enzyme possessed relatively low replication fidelity. However, the identification of Taq Pol led to the genetically altered form Pol - KlenTaq I and most recently, KlenTaq S.

A Taq Enzyme Withstands Heat

Taq, a DNA polymerase, produces a strand of DNA that equals one specific strand of DNA. Taq Enzymes are also extremely useful to scientists because they can withstand high temperatures, thus not denaturing the state of the protein and essentially allowing the enzyme to remain active. PAP (Pyrophosphorolysis-activated polymerization), a unique DNA method, uses the reverse reaction of DNA polymerization. PAP can be used as an alternative, in addition to serving as a substitute for Real Time PCR. This process will ensure that even the most intricate of your company's research requests can be met effectively. Jem Biotech Inc. meets your Taq enzyme needs by making KlenTaq S available to your company through a large arsenal of biotechnology services. KlenTaq S is not being offered in many biotechnology labs, which is one of the many reasons that Jem Biotech Inc. stands apart from other biotechnology companies.

Our number one goal is to become your R&D partner during your company's next research project. Every day, our entire team employs its knowledge to offer your company the most innovative developments in biotechnology.

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Our scientists and technicians work vigorously to expand the services that Jem Biotech Inc. has to offer, and it is because of our dedicated scientists, technicians, and innovative technologies that our biotechnology company has become one of the most reliable sources of PAP and thermo stable enzymes.

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