PCR or Polymerase Chain Reaction Product Analysis is a highly technical and scientific analysis of PCR products, which are revolutionary in the field of genetic analysis. These products are used for DNA amplification to achieve goals in genetic investigations of all sorts. A PCR product analysis must be written in the correct way with appropriate data and diagrams to back up the findings. Care should be taken to be absolutely accurate in PCR product analysis for obvious reasons.
Sample PCR Product Analysis:
PCR product analysis created by: Dr. Joseph Field
Date of submission: 23rd June 2012
- This analysis is part of a paper on DNA Amplification, for the seminar organized by the Department of Genetics, Inhall Medical School and Hospital, New York.
- The document will be made available on the public domain of the Medical School’s website after 18th July 2012.
Technique used for PCR product analysis:
- Gel electrophoresis with the use of agarose gel and ethidium bromide
- Southern Blotting and Silver Staining are the two visualization techniques that have commonly been used on all the DNA samples used as part of the PCR product analysis.
Aim of the experimental analysis:
The aim of the experiments has been to find the definite length of a PCR product and to verify whether the size of the PCR product can alter with change in the experimental controls.
Date of conduction of experiments: 23rd to 25th May 2012
Core team of analysts: Dr. Jason Hartley, Dr. Joseph Bentley, Dr. Joseph Field, Dr. Sandra Denzing.