The Watermark Thing Was Cool, But This Sounds More Reliable | GenomeWeb

A study out of the Lawrence Livermore National Lab published recently in Genome Biology has identified a set of DNA oligomers that can be used as part of DNA signatures to tell plasmid vectors from natural plasmids and bacterial genomes.

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