Formic acid decalcification of bone marrow trephines degrades DNA: alternative use of EDTA allows the amplification and sequencing of relatively long PCR products

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Formic acid decalcification of bone marrow trephines degrades DNA: alternative use of EDTA allows the amplification and sequencing of relatively long PCR products

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Title: Formic acid decalcification of bone marrow trephines degrades DNA: alternative use of EDTA allows the amplification and sequencing of relatively long PCR products
Author: Sarsfield, P
Wickham, C L
Joyner, M V
Ellard, S
Jones, D B
Wilkins, B S
Citation: Molecular Pathology, 2000, 53(6):336
Publisher: British Medical Journal Publishing Group
Journal: Molecular Pathology
Date Issued: 2000-12
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/12154
Type: Article
ISSN: 1366-87141472-4154
PubMed ID: 11193054
PubMed Central ID: 1186990
Rights: Copyright © 2000, Journal of Clinical Pathology


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