polymerization of PCR

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    Introduction 1-3 Note The forklike-structure-dependent, polymerization-associated, 5´ to 3´ nuclease activity of AmpliTaq Gold DNA Polymerase during PCR.

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    For each fraction, remove one of the four vials after 15, 20, 25 and 30 PCR cycles immediately after the polymerization step at 72 °C. Table 2: Touchdown PCR program for Step 20B(ii). Rinse the capillary as described in Step 4, but use RB2 instead of RB1.

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    The addition of chloride (the reduced form of chlorine) triggers the catalyst and starts the polymerization process ... Catalyst sandwich: Synthetic PCR mimic could lead to highly sensitive medical, environmental diagnostics. ScienceDaily.

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