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Pyrosequencing Protocols
Edited by Sharon Marsh

This technical book provides in-depth, step-by-step protocols for using pyrosequencing technology. Entries are written by scientists from a number of institutions, including Uppsala University, Washington University School of Medicine, and the University of Pittsburgh, among others. Topics cover everything from the history of pyrosequencing technology to primer applications, methylation analysis, and gene copy number.
Publisher: Humana Press
Publication date: November 17, 2006
ISBN: 1-588-29-645-8

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