Utah Researchers Add Small-Amplicon Design Tool to Family of PCR Data Analysis Applications | GenomeWeb

Researchers from the University of Utah's department of pathology have added one more tool to a family of applications that they've developed for analyzing data from high-resolution melting-based genotyping — a very sensitive method of identifying genetic mutations in PCR experiments by looking at differences in DNA melting point profiles.

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