The AFLP is a three-step technique done by selective PCR amplification of the restricted fragments from the genome of a DNA. The three steps are the restriction of the DNA and bonding of oligonucleotide adapters, selective amplification of restriction fragments, and gel analysis of the amplified fragments.
The scientific team at Yaazh Xenomics specialises in achieving PCR amplification by using the adapter and restriction site sequence. We can amplify approximately a hundred restriction fragments that are detected by denaturing polyacrylamide gels. Over the years, we are one of the most sought-after laboratories to process the AFLP technique for the molecular fingerprinting of DNA of any complexity or origin.
AFLP makes it possible to screen unlimited numbers of polymorphism by saturating specific genome regions to clone target genes.
Screening multiple pools of plasma DNA from several clones, thereby enabling the rapid isolation of genes linked to markers, is made feasible by AFLP.