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Noninvasive method for distinguishing among canid species: Amplification and enzyme restriction of DNA from dung
Highly selective PCR-protocol for detecting 16S rRNA genes of the genus Pseudomonas (sensu stricto) in environmental samples
Association of amplified oncogene c-myc with an abnormally banded chromosome 8 in a human leukaemia cell line.
Expression cloning of human EGF receptor complementary DNA: Gene amplification and three related messenger RNA products in A431 cells.
Differentiation of pathogenic and non-pathogenic serotype 1 Marek's disease viruses (MDVs) by the polymerase chain reaction amplification of the tandem direct repeats within the MDV genome.
Differentiation of oncogenic and nononcogenic strains of Marek's disease virus type 1 by using polymerase chain reaction DNA amplification
Characterization of Listeria monocytogenes isolated from poultry products and from the poultry-processing environment by random amplification of polymorphic DNA and multilocus enzyme electrophoresis
Infectious bronchitis virus detection in allantoic fluid using the polymerase chain reaction and a DNA probe.
Dynamics of Mhc evolution in birds and crocodilians: Amplification of class II genes with degenerate primers
Comparison of the efficiency of Moloney Murine Leukaemia Virus (M-MuLV) reverse transcriptase, RNase H super(M)-MuLV reverse transcriptase and Avian Myeloblastoma Leukaemia Virus (AMV) reverse transcriptase for the amplification of human immunoglobulin genes
Genetic heterogeneity, detected by PCR-SSCP, among samples of larval Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) supports the hypothesis of large variance in reproductive success
Cosmid vectors for high efficiency DNA-mediated transformation and gene amplification in mammalian cells: Studies with the human growth hormone gene.
Detection of hantavirus RNA in tissues of experimentally infected mice using reverse transcriptase-directed polymerase chain reaction.
Sensitization of transformed rat fibroblasts to killing by parvovirus minute virus of mice correlates with an increase in viral gene expression.