Inverse polymerase chain reaction. An efficient approach to cloning cDNA ends.


The conventional polymerase chain reaction (PCR) requires that DNA sequences at both ends of the region to be amplified be known. Inverse PCR (IPCR) and anchored PCR overcome this limitation and amplify flanking unknown DNA sequences by utilizing inverse amplification and a universal primer, respectively. The major advantage of IPCR is that two gene… (More)


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