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Microarray-based method for detection of unknown genetic modifications

By Torstein Tengs, Anja B Kristoffersen, Knut G Berdal, Tage Thorstensen, Melinka A Butenko, Håvard Nesvold and Arne Holst-Jensen
Topics: Methodology Article
Publisher: BioMed Central
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