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What does ammonia do to dna?

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Donovan Kent

Ammonia can be a PCR inhibitor. BY inhibiting PCR, you could make it extremely difficult to replicate DNA. PCR stand for polyermerase chain reaction, which basically amplifies DNA, or replicates it a gazillion times.

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