Priming with both high specificity and high discrimination
When priming, one needs the specificity of a 16mer (or longer) but the ability to discriminate against single mismatches. Dynamic assembly of a primer on a template can provide this. Further, SNAP2 is used when the researcher knows little about the target primed. sequence
These are not related to, sponsored by, or affiliated with New England BioLabs Inc., and its SNAP-TAG and other SNAP products.
Controlled pore glass with aldehyde precursor
| SNAP2T_HJK001 || 100 mg || $1600.00 |
Leal, N., Sukeda, M., Benner, S. A. (2006). Dynamic assembly of primers on nucleic acid templates. Nucleic Acids Res. 34, 4702-4710
Firebird sells phosphoramidites, oligos and libraries with SNAP2 ends. Please inquire.