Daisy chaining DNA
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Daisy chaining DNA is the process of linking together genomic libraries, or a collection of DNA from a single organism, that are pooled and PCR amplified before sequencing. This reduces specificity and can be avoided by the use of blocking adapters for next generation sequencing projects.
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