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Mass production of genetic markers from a limited number of sorted chromosomes


Mammalian Genome 8(2): 153-156
Mass production of genetic markers from a limited number of sorted chromosomes

Accession: 002891160

PMID: 9060419

DOI: 10.1007/s003359900378

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