Primers for PCR? (Dog genomic)

Alexander Kraev kraev at bc.biol.ethz.ch
Thu Mar 14 13:12:38 EST 1996


Hi there,
Dog sodium-calcium exchanger gene NCX1 happens to have two very large
exons, so that the primers can be inferred from the cDNA sequence.
Accession M36119 contains the coding sequence, bases from 11 to 1840
can be used for PCR from genomic DNA, since this is an  exon. 

Good luck,

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