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Combining Nucleic Acid Amplification And Detection.
B. Schweitzer, S. Kingsmore
Published 2001 · Medicine, Biology
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Major recent advances in molecular amplification in the past year were initial validation of two new amplification technologies (rolling circle amplification and Invader), a significant increase in the number of molecular diagnostic assays, achievement of amplification directly on microarrays (by strand displacement amplification and rolling circle amplification), and description of two new read-out probes (Scorpions and nanoparticles).
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