cycle annealing

cycle annealing

[′sī·kəl ə′nēl·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Annealing at a controlled time-temperature cycle to achieve a specific microstructure.
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If the cycle annealing temperature is below the Tm of a primer set, then they may start to anneal in places of less than perfect homology, leading to spurious false-positive amplicon production.
Figure 7 shows the changes in hole depth and hole area during cycle annealing.