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1) Product Images from "Analyzing and minimizing PCR amplification bias in Illumina sequencing libraries"
Article Title: Analyzing and minimizing PCR amplification bias in Illumina sequencing libraries
Journal: Genome Biology
Figure Legend Snippet: Effect of temperature ramp rates . The standard PCR protocol with Phusion HF DNA polymerase and short initial (30 s) and in-cycle (10 s) denaturation times was performed on three different thermocyclers at their respective default temperature ramp settings. Heating and cooling rates were 6°C/s and 4.5°C/s on thermocycler 1 (bright red line), 4°C/s and 3°C/s on thermocycler 2 (purple line) and 2.2°C/s and 2.2°C/s on thermocycler 3 (dark red line).
Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction
Figure Legend Snippet: Optimized PCR conditions rescue GC-rich promoter regions in the human genome . (a,b) A 180-bp fragment library of human DNA was amplified using (a) standard conditions (Phusion HF, short denaturation) or (b) optimized conditions (AccuPrime HiFi, long denaturation, extension at 65°C) on the fast-ramping thermocycler 1. The amplified libraries were analyzed by qPCR. Orange bars indicate the quantity of eight GC-rich loci near gene promoters relative to the mean quantity of four size-matched control loci (blue bars; mean set to 100% in each graph). Error bars represent the range of two measurements averaged to calculate the quantity of each locus. Locus 7 is the first protein-coding exon of the tumor suppressor gene RB1 .
Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction