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In molecular biology, the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a technique to amplify a single or few copies of a piece of DNA across several orders of magnitude, generating millions or more copies of a particular DNA sequence....
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In molecular biology, real-time polymerase chain reaction, also called quantitative real time polymerase chain reaction (Q-PCR/qPCR) or kinetic polymerase chain reaction, is a laboratory technique based on the polymerase...
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polymerase chain reaction n. ( Abbr. PCR ) A technique for amplifying DNA sequences in vitro by separating the DNA into two strands and incubating it
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Polymerase Chain Reaction, better known as PCR, was developed by a man named ... As a result, some of the fragments generated by PCR will be the same size and ...
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Human Molecular Genetics 2 conveys the feel of fast-moving research while providing a description in some depth of the ... The PCR is a chain reaction because ...
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place a description for your webpage here ... Sometimes referred to as "molecular photocopying," PCR can characterize, analyze, ...
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... degenerate primers were investigated as potential major causes of PCR selection. ... 16S rDNA fragment was amplified by PCR as specified above, except that primer ...
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PCR is now used as a medical diagnostic tool to detect specific mutations that ... genomic DNA will then be used as the target template for PCR amplification. ...
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as often as PCR. Many options are available to ... Protocol: Coupled RT-PCR. 1. Prepare Primers and Templates as described in Technical ...
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... the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) as a basic component of ... used, scientists rapidly learned more about it and, as a result, learned that the PCR had its ...
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... transcription PCR, which allowed researchers to use RNA strands as the ... As PCR companies have streamlined the sensitivity of their products, customers ...
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As the PCR continues, the newly synthesized PCR products are denatured ... Therefore, as PCR product accumulates, there is a linear increase in fluorescence. ...
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Modern Molecular Methods (PCR) in Food Control: GMO, Pathogens, Species Identification, Allergens ... acids and may therefore act as PCR inhibitors (37,38) ...
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Real-time RT-PCR remains the choice method for analyzing changes in gene ... measurements, and errors on estimated parameters such as PCR efficiency) ...
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As opposed to living organisms, the PCR process can copy only short DNA ... PCR, as currently practiced, requires several basic components. These components are: ...
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Most scientists would first consider PCR--the polymerase chain reaction--as a ... For PCR, the starting material can be anything that contains DNA or RNA, such as ...
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This article is an in depth review of the Polymerase Chain Reaction, what it ... As PCR can obtain multilocus genotypes non-invasively it has become the method ...
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As PCR is an in vitro technique, it can be performed without restrictions on the ... QRT-PCR methods use fluorescent dyes, such as Sybr Green, or fluorophore ...
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Created by George Rice, Montana State University PCR is the supreme biotechnological invention - "PCR has transformed molecular biology through vastly extending the ...
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