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What is the steps in PCR?

  1. Denaturation (separation of two strands of DNA by temperatures of around 94 to 98 degrees Celsius) 2. Annealing (binding of DNA primer to the separated strands. Occu

What are the steps of pcr?

It occurs in three steps: Denature (94oC): this step break the hydrogen bond, and separates the double strand. Annealing (55-60oC): this step allows the binding of primers

What is PCR?

What is PCR?

PCR is an abbreviation for Polymerase Chain Reaction. The polymerase chain reaction amplifys the amount of DNA you have in a sample. It does this by repeatedly heating and coo

Why is PCR useful?

Why is PCR useful?

PCR is useful if you have a small sample of DNA and wish to have more to perform an analysis. This maybe in such cases as a natural disaster where bodies can only be identifie

Who discovered PCR?

Who discovered PCR?

Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) was developed in 1984 by Kary Mullis.How and why did this scientist got into the field of genetics

Types of pcr and their significance?

Types of pcr and their significance?

there are;  1. RT PCR - helps in making complementary DNA with the help of mRNA.  2.anchored PCR - helps in making the DNA whose sequence is unknown.

What is ARMS PCR?

It is a special type of PCR amplification, that contains the normal external primer for PCR and 2 extra primers specific for each different base of a SNP.

What are the differences between conventional pcr andreal time pcr?

What are the differences between conventional pcr andreal time pcr?

PCR allows amplification of DNA for a specific gene, after too many cycles of PCR the result will reach saturation, basically meaning all of the DNA has been amplified. Conven

What is PCR and why is it used?
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What is PCR and why is it used?

. (Abbr. PCR) A technique for amplifying DNA sequences in vitro by separating the DNA into two strands and incubating it with oligonucleotide primers and DNA polymerase. It c

What is PCR techniques?
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What is PCR techniques?

It occurs in three steps: Denature (94oC): this step break the hydrogen bond, and separates the double strand. Annealing (55-60oC): this step allows the binding of primers

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What is the PCR process?

It occurs in three steps: Denature (94oC): this step break the hydrogen bond, and separates the double strand. Annealing (55-60oC): this step allows the binding of primers