whole genome amplification: suitable
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Yes. Please ensure that a final extension of 7-30 minutes at 72°C is included after amplification if performing subsequent TA cloning reactions.
Yes. The kit is designed to amplify the small amount of DNA that is present in a single cell (3-5 pg). It will also work with small amounts of purified DNA; we recommend less than 100 pg.
The cell lysis method involves treatment with proteinase K and heat. Most cells will be lysed under these conditions.
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