PCR: protocols for diagnosis of human and animal virus diseases, Volume 1
Today the diagnosis of human and animal pathogenic viruses would be unthinkable without the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). This volume has been prepared for scientists and practitioners whose work involves identifying viruses. Accessing the abundance of information contained in the book is very easy thanks to the clear organization. The enclosed diskette enables the user to work with, for instance, interesting sequences on his own computer.
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Absolute Quantitation of Viremia in HIV Infection
Detection Differentiation and Typing
EnzymeLinked Oligosorbent Assay for Detection
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