16 Ways To Ensure Consistency in Your PCR Experiments
How To Guide Dec 04, 2020 | By Natasha Beeton-Kempen, PhD
If you are a researcher whose work involves any element of the life sciences, it is pretty nigh impossible to have gone through graduate school without having a close encounter with PCR. However, despite PCR being performed routinely in hundreds of labs each day, it can still pose technical challenges. If you frequently use PCR in your research, ironing out the teething problems early on can save you a great deal of hair-pulling, time and reagents!
Download this guide to discover tips on how to:
- Avoid dispensing errors, primer degradation and contamination
- Ensure template and primer quality
- Choose the right polymerase and PCR cycling conditions