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universal primers


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universal primers

A universal procedure for primer labelling of amplicons

Cloning of prokaryotic genes by a universal degenerate primer PCR

Kinetoplastid flagellates overlooked by universal primers dominate in the oxygenated hypolimnion of Lake Biwa, Japan

UniPrime: a workflow-based platform for improved universal primer design

UniPrime2: a web service providing easier Universal Primer design

Sequencing Angiosperm Plastid Genomes Made Easy: A Complete Set of Universal Primers and a Case Study on the Phylogeny of Saxifragales

Universal DNA primers amplify bacterial DNA from human fetal membranes and link Fusobacterium nucleatum with prolonged preterm membrane rupture

A Universal Primer Set for PCR Amplification of Nuclear Histone H4 Genes from All Animal Species

Temporal stability analysis of the microbiota in human feces by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis using universal and group-specific 16S rRNA gene primers

Evaluation of PCR primers for universal nifH gene targeting and for assessment of transcribed nifH pools in roots of Oryza longistaminata with and without low nitrogen input

Microeukaryotic diversity in the extreme environments of the Iberian Pyrite Belt: a comparison between universal and fungi-specific primer sets, temperature gradient gel electrophoresis and cloning

Detection of Bacteremia in Emergency Department Patients at Risk for Infective Endocarditis Using Universal 16S rRNA Primers in a Decontaminated Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay

Design and Experimental Application of a Novel Non-Degenerate Universal Primer Set that Amplifies Prokaryotic 16S rRNA Genes with a Low Possibility to Amplify Eukaryotic rRNA Genes

 

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Oligonucleotides used as primers in DNA sequencing reactions that are specific for plasmid sequences flanking the cloned DNA insert. Because sequences such as the T3, T7, or SP6 promoters are ...

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