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Library over-amplification results in the formation of heteroduplex and daisy-chained products in which strands of library molecules with non-complementary inserts are annealed to each other via the adapter sequences. When analyzed by electrophoresis, these heteroduplex and daisy-chained products migrate slower and appear as an additional peak larger than the expected library size.