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Fluorescent dye-primer cycle sequencing using unpurified PCR products as templates; development of a protocol amenable to high-throughput DNA sequencing



Fluorescent dye-primer cycle sequencing using unpurified PCR products as templates; development of a protocol amenable to high-throughput DNA sequencing



Nucleic Acids Research 23(12): 2348-2349




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PMID: 7610069

DOI: 10.1093/nar/23.12.2348



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