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US Patent 8,090,543. Computer algorithm for automatic allele determination from fluorometer genotyping device. Inventor: Stephen Glanowski, Jeremy Heil, Emily Winn-Deen, Ivy McMullen. Assignee: Applied Biosystems (Life Technologies)

Describes a method for "allelic classification" of DNA samples by cluster-based analysis of emission spectra observed from fluorophore-labeled nucleotide probes

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