Polymerase chain reaction

 

Technology by which genes are cloned in stupendous number as opposed to the older use of vector method.

PCR developed as an alternative to cloning using plasmids or other in vivo vectors. It was first described in 1987. It uses machines provided with polymerase enzymes and when given nucleotide bases, it is able to amplify the gene in large numbers

 

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