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hybridization analysis

Automated image analysis for array hybridization experiments

Analysis of DNA hybridization in polyacrylamide gel

Thermodynamic analysis of hybridization between POPNA and DNA

Nanostructural characterization and catalytic analysis of hybridized platinum/phthalocyanine nanocomposites

Prognostic value of sperm fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis over PGD

Comparative genomic hybridization analysis of human oocytes and polar bodies

Normalization of array hybridization experiments in differential gene expression analysis

Telomere analysis by fluorescence in situ hybridization and flow cytometry

A pseudolikelihood approach for simultaneous analysis of array comparative genomic hybridizations

Aneuploidy study of human oocytes first polar body comparative genomic hybridization and metaphase II fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis

Karyotype Analysis of Four Vicia Species using In Situ Hybridization with Repetitive Sequences

P-204Array-comparative genome hybridization analysis of primary colorectal cancers and corresponding liver metastases

Identification of differentially expressed genes in rat silicosis model by suppression subtractive hybridization analysis

Phylogenetic analysis of multiprobe fluorescence in situ hybridization data from tumor cell populations

Stochastic segmentation models for array-based comparative genomic hybridization data analysis

In-situ hybridization chromosome analysis of XYY and XXY males' spermatozoa.

Analysis of chromosomal abnormalities in human spermatozoa using multi-colour fluorescence in-situ hybridization

Analysis of human sperm-derived pronuclei by three-colour fluorescent in-situ hybridization.

 

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A method of testing for complementarity in the base sequences of two polynucleotides from different sources, based on the ability of complementary single‐stranded DNA molecules to form duplex DNA molecules ...

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