NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Using Promega's quantitative PCR and short tandem repeat amplification kits, researchers at Florida International University recently characterized the changes in melt curves and amplification efficiencies that result from varying concentrations of eleven different PCR inhibitors.

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