Subject: why does PCR amplify DNA upto10kb(i've read it in many texts)
Date: Fri Apr 11 12:58:58 2008
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hi.is it some sort of prodedural constraints,what are the restrictions?and do
we need to cut DNA with RE's prior to PCR,always?can we utilize the whole
intact genome in PCR?n i want u to confirm,plz,that its only possible to
obtain an intact genome from bacteria/viruses since it has single
chromosome/single DNA molecule and not through those organisms having more
than one chromosome?thanx
Re: why does PCR amplify DNA upto10kb(i've read it in many texts)
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