Optimizing PCR for clinical diagnosis.


date completed: 2004-04-15
mesh date: 2004-04-16
date published: 2004
source: Methods Mol Med. 2004;92:1-8.
nlm unique id: 101123138
publication type: ['Journal Article']
status: MEDLINE
owner: NLM
journal: Methods in molecular medicine
pmid: 14733304
entrez date: 2004-01-22
mesh terms: ['Base Sequence', 'Buffers', '*Clinical Laboratory Techniques', 'DNA Primers', 'Genome, Human', 'Humans', 'Indicators and Reagents', '*Pathology, Clinical', 'Polymerase Chain Reaction/methods/*standards', 'Sensitivity and Specificity', 'Sequence Analysis, DNA', 'Taq Polymerase']
language: ['eng']
volume: 92
date created: 2004-01-21
publication status: ppublish
authors: ['Bulman, Michael P']
journal title abbreviation: Methods Mol Med
origin: PubMed
subset: IM
affiliation: National Genetics Reference Laboratory, Regional Genetic Service, St Mary's Hospital, Manchester, UK.
registry mumbers: ['0 (Buffers)', '0 (DNA Primers)', '0 (Indicators and Reagents)', 'EC 2.7.7.- (Taq Polymerase)']
pages: 1-8

Reference: .. [Bulman:2004] Bulman, Michael P (2004). '**Optimizing PCR for clinical diagnosis.**' *Methods in molecular medicine*. 92, pp. 1-8.