Optimizing PCR Experiments

Amplify target DNA sequences by enhancing conditions and preventing contamination for optimal outcomes

By Lab Manager

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The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) method is used to amplify target DNA sequences. Primer design, reaction mixtures, primer melting temperatures, and thermal cycling conditions contribute to the success of the experiment. This infographic will guide you through the steps to achieve maximum efficiency when performing PCR experiments.

 In this infographic you'll find: 

  • Tips for primer design
  • Tips for reaction mixture preparation
  • Tips for setting thermal cycling conditions
  • Tips for avoiding PCR contamination


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Published: September 12, 2019

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