PCR

Polymerase chain response (PCR) is a common molecular biology fashion that enables experimenters to make multiple clones of a specific region of DNA. PCR is effective, rapid fire and can amplify DNA or RNA sequences from colorful sources. Once the DNA has been sufficiently amplified, the performing product can be sequenced, anatomized by gel electrophoresis, or reproduced into a plasmid for experimental purposes. Polymerase chain response (abbreviated PCR) is a laboratory fashion for fleetly producing (amplifying) millions to billions of clones of a specific member of DNA, which can also be studied in lesser detail. PCR involves using short synthetic DNA fractions called manuals to elect a member of the genome to be amplified, and also multiple rounds of DNA conflation to amplify that member.

 

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