How is PCR different from DNA replication?


How is PCR different from DNA replication?

PCR and DNA replication

DNA replication can involve a number of different techniques in order to obtain a greater quantity of the desired DNA stands. This could be an important step used to obtain enough DNA to use in laboratory applications

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Generally speaking DNA replication refers to the copying of an entire strand of DNA, or entire genome, during cell division. This is a natural process...

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Techniques for Analyzing Gene Expression


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Gene expression initiates gene regulation which allows DNA to be turned on and relay instructions to the cell so that it knows what to do next. Study the techniques for analyzing gene expression, including mRNA detection and DNA detection.

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