DNA probes and PCR
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04 May 2006 17:25 PDT
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Question ID: 725571
Describe the use of a DNA probe and PCR for: A. Rapid identification of an unknown bacterium. B. Determining which of a group of bacterium are most closely related.
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Re: DNA probes and PCR
From: pforcelli-ga on 05 May 2006 16:12 PDT
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