PCR is one of the most commonly used techniques in biological studies. However, its ubiquity belies its complexity. There are a lot of moving parts to every PCR experiment, including DNA template, primers, reagents, and cycling conditions. Each of these parts has a specific role and purpose. Difficulties with any of the reaction components affect PCR end-products in specific ways.
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