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Identification of fungi and analysis of their genetic diversity by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) with gene-specific and nonspecific primers


, : Identification of fungi and analysis of their genetic diversity by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) with gene-specific and nonspecific primers. Genetika Moskva 32(2): 165-183

Applications of PCR, particularly PCR with universal primers (UP-PCR) and RAPD-PCR, to fungal identification are reviewed on the basis of literature and experimental results.

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