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If there is a such a site, I have never encountered it. Since you say you have the genomic coordinates for each primer it seems to me like all you need is a list of the genomic coordinates of every transcribed exon in the human genome. Assuming that is correct then you are in luck because such lists do exist in the form of a GFF3 file. You should be able to ...


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In my own research I've found that the amount of PCR product increased as I increased the cycles to 50 times. This was for a single pair of primers used to amplify genomic DNA extracted with a particular kit as doesn't apply to other reactions I've done. What some people seem to forget is that the PCR products don't necessarily double at each cycle at any ...



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