The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Karbala organized a training course on polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The lecture was attended by Assistant Professor Dr. Haidar Ali Mohammed /College of Veterinary Medicine with a number of participants in the discussion room.
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a widely used method of molecular biology. Its name is derived from one of its key components: DNA polymerase (PCA) and PCR (PCR), a process that multiplies or prolongs DNA (DNA synthesis) by multiplying by an enzyme and occurring outside of living organisms, in vitro. When the reaction develops, the target DNA is used as a doubling template. This activates a chain reaction in which an exponential amplification of the DNA template takes place. It is possible, through this interaction, to make millions of copies for a single piece or several pieces of DNA. Polymerase chain reaction can be modified to make multiple genetic modifications.