Epicentre has released its Fail-Safe Probes Real-Time PCR Optimization Kit this week, which allows "fast and easy optimization" of efficiency and specificity in one round of PCR experiments using target-specific probes, the company said in a statement. The kit contains the company's FailSafe Enzyme Blend and a set of 8 PCR 2X PreMixes that "represent a complete range of PCR conditions," Epicentre said. The kit is compatible with "all real-time PCR instrument platforms and types of fluorescently labeled probes," Epicentre added.

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