PCR

See polymerase chain reaction .
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PCR

Polymerase chain reaction. A method use to make multiple copies of DNA.
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PCR

(polymerase chain reaction) a sensitive laboratory technique used to detect and repeatedly copy small amounts of RNA or DNA. Some PCR tests can also quantify the amount of RNA or DNA. PCR is used to measure viral load in persons infected with HIV.
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PCR

acronym: polymerase chain technology
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PCR

See Polymerase chain reaction.
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PCR

See Physician Contingency Reserve.
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PCR

See polymerase chain reaction.
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PCR

Synonym for polymerase chain reaction ... <molecular biology, technique> The first practical system for in vitro amplification of DNA and as such one of the most important recent developments in molecular biology. ... Two synthetic oligonucleotide primers, which are complementary to two regions of the target DNA (one for each strand) to be am...
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PCR

polymerase chain reaction.
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pcr

A method for amplifying a DNA base sequence using a heat- stable polymerase and two 20- base primers, one complementary to the (+)- strand at one end of the sequence to be amplified and the other complementary to the (- )- strand at the other end. Because the newly synthesized DNA strands can subsequently serve as additional templates for the same ...
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PCR

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for polymerase chain reaction.
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PCR

A laboratory method used to make many copies of a specific DNA sequence. Also called polymerase chain reaction.
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PCR

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PCR

Patient Care Report
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pcr

see polymerase chain reaction.
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PCR

Polymerise chain reaction.
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PCR

Polymerase chain reaction
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