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This is followed by ligation of the extended ASOs to their corresponding LSOs, which creates the PCR templates. This ligated product is amplified by PCR using universal primers that are complementary to a universal sequence in the 3′-end of the ligation probes and 5′-ends of the allele-specific primers, respectively. The ligation probe contains a SNP-specific tag-sequence, and the universal allele-specific primers carry an allele-specific fluorescent label in their 5′ end. The three universal PCR primers P1, P2 (each fluorescently labelled with a different dye) and P3 associate a fluorescent dye with each SNP allele.
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