Definition of Whole Genome PCR

The application of PCR amplification to the isolation of gene regulatory elements present in the genome, without the use of gene-specific primers. The selection step is accomplished by sequence-specific dna binding to a particular protein, followed by immunoprecipitation. Multiple cycles of immunoprecipitation and amplification are used to enrich for the dna sequence of interest.

Whole Genome PCR is from the group

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Other Names for Whole Genome PCR

Whole Genome PCR

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