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No decrease in viral genome amplification with random hexamers versus non-ribosomal hexamers.

By Michel de Vries (313616), Martin Deijs (336639), Marta Canuti (336637), Barbera D. C. van Schaik (357211), Nuno R. Faria (357212), Martijn D. B. van de Garde (357213), Loes C. M. Jachimowski (357214), Maarten F. Jebbink (357215), Marja Jakobs (357216), Angela C. M. Luyf (357217), Frank E. J. Coenjaerts (357218), Eric C. J. Claas (357219), Richard Molenkamp (313622), Sylvie M. Koekkoek (357220), Christine Lammens (305521), Frank Leus (357221), Herman Goossens (305529), Margareta Ieven (350774), Frank Baas (23060) and Lia van der Hoek (336649)

Abstract

<p>No decrease in viral genome amplification with random hexamers versus non-ribosomal hexamers.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Medicine, Genetics, Infectious Diseases, Virology, viral, genome, amplification, hexamers, non-ribosomal
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0016118.t002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/475371
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