Thermal marketing. Three potential difficulties face the advantage of

Thermal cycling is cycles that occur in the program of PCR machine. These cycles depends on temperature therefore these cycles are known as thermal cycling. Three different temperatures are included and repeated over 25 to 35 time. The three different temperatures depends on three phases of the PCR technique. These three phases are denaturation, annealing and extension. First phase which is denaturation phase that occurs at 95 °C. this high-temperature help in the separation of double-stranded DNA. Second phase which is annealing phase that occurs at 60° C because it helps in annealing primer to the target sequence which means that the specific primer binds to the complementary sequence (target sequence). Finally in the third phase which is extension phase occurs at 72 °C.  The function of Taq polymerase is adding nucleotides at 3’end of each primer attached to a DNA strand a DNA and it functions perfectly at 72 ° C. PCR amplification has several advantages for biological evidence. Very small amounts of DNA template are used as tiny as a single cell. DNA fragments are formed due to the degradation of DNA. Only hundred base pairs in length act as active template for amplification. Advantage of thermal cycles is the ability to amplify a large numbers of copies of specific DNA sequences with multiplex reactions. Thermal cycle is also powerful because it amplify pure DNA only which means that contaminated DNA such as bacterial and fungal sources  are not amplify because the specific primer binds only to the complementary sequence (target sequence) so it never anneal to the sequence of fungal or bacterial source. PCR reaction step and amplification requires commercial kits and this kits are available now in marketing. Three potential difficulties face the advantage of PCR reaction. First trouble, the extracted DNA may not amplify the target DNA template due to the presence of PCR inhibitors. PCR inhibitors are absorption of nucleic acid, interference with annealing and Taq polymerase inhibition. Second trouble, Changes in the sequence of the specific primer may not lead to amplify the target sequences. Third trouble, PCR techniques may not amplify the target sequence due to the presence of contamination from other human DNA sources moreover the the forensic evidence that found at hand and also previously amplified DNA samples may not amplify the target sequence due to validated protocols. PCR amplification has numerous precautions to prevent dangerous something to happen. Cross-contamination that occurs during liquid transfers could be prevented by following these precautions: Aerosol-resistant pipette tips that are used in transferring samples from tube to another should be changed on every new sample. It is preferred to transfer sample from tube to another tube in a laminar flow hood to prevent contamination and allow the PCR amplification to increase the amount of targeted sequence. Gloves that is used to protect biological and chemical contamination should be changed frequently. Different equipment is used in sitting up PCR such as pipettes, cuvettes, and reagents especially those used for analysis of PCR products have to be kept far away from other laboratory supplies because several contaminations may have occurred