PCR Testing Casts Doubt on XMRV Link to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; Reveals Reagent Contamination

Two recently published studies suggest that laboratory contamination was the likely cause of previous evidence linking murine viruses to CFS, highlighting the fact that researchers conducting PCR experiments should be extremely cautious about both inherently contaminated commercial reagents and contamination from laboratory manipulation.

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