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American Journal of Botany

Annotated Chloroplast Genome Assembly of Bartsia inaequalis

Caption: The final annotated chloroplast genome assembly of Bartsia inaequalis with the 16 overlapping primer combinations indicated. Note that the primer combinations for regions 11, 12, 13, and 16 amplify both inverted repeat A and B in a single reaction.

Credit: Photo by Simon Uribe-Convers from: Uribe-Convers, S., J. R. Duke, M. J. Moore, and D. C. Tank. 2014. A long PCR-based approach for DNA enrichment prior to next-generation sequencing for systematic studies. Applications in Plant Sciences 2(1): 1300063. doi:10.3732/apps.1300063

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