Types of pcr?

types of pcr: AFLP -PCR.
Allele-specific PCR.
Alu-PCR.
Assembly -PCR.
Assemetric -PCR.
Colony -PCR.
Helicase dependent amplification.
Hot start pCR.
Inverse -PCR.
Insitu -pCR.
ISSR-PCR.
RT-PCR(REVERSE TARNSCRIPTASE).
REAL TIME -PCR
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