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I always add the Taq to the mastermix. First it makes the handling easier and it avoids pipetting steps which can cause contamination and can also be forgot. Then the enzyme is very stable and will even tolerate room temperature without problem. Since we are going to heat this 30-40 up to 95°C, so this is clearly not problematic. Since the reaction mix is ...
Yes, you can do this. As long as the final mix has the proper concentrations of everything, its fine. Just make sure you compensate the by adding 30 uL (the extra volume) less of water to the master mix.
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