dsDNA-binding agent

/dsDNA-binding agent

dsDNA-binding agent

2017-12-05T09:35:40+00:00December 5th, 2017|

A molecule that emits fluorescence when bound to dsDNA. The prototype is SYBR® Green I. In real-time PCR, the fluorescence intensity increases proportionally to dsDNA (amplicon) concentration. The problem with DNA-binding agents is that they bind to all dsDNA products: specific amplicon or non-specific products (misprimed targets and primer-dimers included). For this reason, analysis using DNA-binding agents is usually coupled with melting analysis.

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