the site of a crime and a suspect. This is obviously an important job and she needs to do it correctly. Jane needs help setting up her experiment....
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the site of a crime and a suspect. This is obviously an important job and she needs to do it
correctly. Jane needs help setting up her experiment. She is already setting up a PCR with the
DNA from the crime and DNA from the suspect, but she feels like she is missing something.
Given the exceptional sensitivity of PCR and the fact that we all have DNA including Jane herself
and that DNA is all around us, what are the reaction conditions of an additional PCR tube that
Jane needs to set up? In other words, what should she add to another reaction to make sure she
is only looking at DNA from either the crime scene or the suspect?

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