WGA

An overview of whole-genome amplification protocols and applications

Whole genome amplification was developed in 1992 (1, 2) as a way of increasing the amount of limited DNA samples. This is particularly useful for forensics and genetic disease research, where DNA quantities are limited, but many analyses are required. Various WGA techniques have been developed that differ both in their protocols, amplification accuracy, and ease-of-use.

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