LEXINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S.A. – November 2, 2009 – Data generated using microdroplet PCR technology as an enrichment method is particularly well suited for performing sequence-based association studies, according to a paper published today by researchers at the Scripps Translationa
Microdroplet-based PCR enrichment for large-scale targeted sequencing R. Tewhey, J. Warner, M. Nakano, B. Libby, M. Medkova, P. David, S. Kotsopoulos, M. Samuels, J.B. Hutchinson, J.W. Larson, E. J. Topol, M.P. Weiner, O. Harismendy, J. Olson, D.R. Link, and K.A. Frazer. Nature Biotec
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