Modified DNA polymerases for PCR troubleshooting
PCR has become an essential tool in biological science. However, researchers often encounter problems with difficult targets, inhibitors accompanying the samples, or PCR trouble related to DNA polymerase. Therefore, PCR optimization is necessary to obtain better results. One solution is using modified DNA polymerases with desirable properties for the experiments. In this article, PCR troubleshooting, depending on the DNA polymerase used, is shown. In addition, the reasons that might justify the need for modification of DNA polymerases, type of modifications, and links between modified DNA polymerases and PCR efficiency are described.
Marta Śpibida, Beata Krawczyk, Marcin Olszewski, Józef Kur. (2017). Modified DNA polymerases for PCR troubleshooting. Journal Of Applied Genetics, 58(1), 133-142. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13353-016-0371-4
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