FAQ: Is this method applicable to the assembly of repetitive sequences?

Yes. However, one must ensure that each DNA fragment includes a unique overlap so that the sequences may anneal and are properly arranged. The repetitive sequence can also be internalized in the first stage of a two-stage assembly strategy. If having repetitive sequences at the ends of each fragment is unavoidable, the correct DNA assembly may be produced, albeit at lower efficiency than other, unintended assemblies.