DNA polymerases in Biotechnology
by Zvi Kelman, Andrew F. Gardner (eds)
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA 2014
Number of pages: 147
DNA polymerases are core tools for molecular biology including PCR, whole genome amplification, DNA sequencing and genotyping. Research has focused on discovery of novel DNA polymerases, characterization of DNA polymerase biochemistry and development of new replication assays.
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