The use of duplex-specific crab nuclease for rapid analysis of single-nucleotide polymorphisms and the detection of DNA targets in complex PCR products
A rapid method for single-nucleotide polymorphism analysis and the detection of target clones after cloning of complex PCR products based on the use of duplex-specific crab nuclease and a universal fluorescent probe has been developed. The method is an alternative to the labor-intensive procedures of clone screening employing radioactively labeled probes, gel-based restriction analysis, and costly sequencing. The efficiency of the novel method has been demonstrated in a range of model systems.
Keywordsduplex-specific crab nuclease polymerase chain reaction single-nucleotide polymorphisms
4-(4′-dimethylaminophenylazo) benzoic acid
fluorescence resonance energy transfer
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