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    Bonvicini, F., Filippone, C., Manaresi, E., Gentilomi, G. A., Zerbini, M., Musiani, M. and Gallinella, G.

    Peptide Nucleic Acid–Based In Situ Hybridization Assay for Detection of Parvovirus B19 Nucleic Acids

    2006 - Clinical Chemistry

    In-text: (Bonvicini et al. 973-978)

    Your Bibliography: Bonvicini, Francesca et al. "Peptide Nucleic Acid–Based In Situ Hybridization Assay For Detection Of Parvovirus B19 Nucleic Acids." Clinical Chemistry 52.6 (2006): 973-978. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Genet, M. D., Cartwright, I. M. and Kato, T. A.

    Direct DNA and PNA probe binding to telomeric regions without classical in situ hybridization

    2013 - Molecular Cytogenetics

    In-text: (Genet, Cartwright and Kato 42)

    Your Bibliography: Genet, Matthew D, Ian M Cartwright, and Takamitsu A Kato. "Direct DNA And PNA Probe Binding To Telomeric Regions Without Classical In Situ Hybridization." Molecular Cytogenetics 6.1 (2013): 42. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Jiang, J., Hulbert, S. H., Gill, B. S. and Ward, D. C.

    Interphase fluorescence in situ hybridization mapping: a physical mapping strategy for plant species with large complex genomes

    1996 - Molecular and General Genetics MGG

    In-text: (Jiang et al. 497-502)

    Your Bibliography: Jiang, J. et al. "Interphase Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization Mapping: A Physical Mapping Strategy For Plant Species With Large Complex Genomes." Molecular and General Genetics MGG 252.5 (1996): 497-502. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Lansdorp, P., Verwoerd, N., Van de Rijke, F., Dragowska, V., Little, M., Dirks, R., Raap, A. and Tanke, H.

    Heterogeneity in telomere length of human chromosomes

    1996 - Human Molecular Genetics

    In-text: (Lansdorp et al. 685-691)

    Your Bibliography: Lansdorp, P. et al. "Heterogeneity In Telomere Length Of Human Chromosomes." Human Molecular Genetics 5.5 (1996): 685-691. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Nielsen, P. E.

    Peptide nucleic acid: a versatile tool in genetic diagnostics and molecular biology

    2001 - Current Opinion in Biotechnology

    In-text: (Nielsen 16-20)

    Your Bibliography: Nielsen, Peter E. "Peptide Nucleic Acid: A Versatile Tool In Genetic Diagnostics And Molecular Biology." Current Opinion in Biotechnology 12.1 (2001): 16-20. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Pellestor, F., Paulasova, P., Macek, M. and Hamamah, S.

    The peptide nucleic acids: a new way for chromosomal investigation on isolated cells?

    2004 - Human Reproduction

    In-text: (Pellestor et al. 1946-1951)

    Your Bibliography: Pellestor, F. et al. "The Peptide Nucleic Acids: A New Way For Chromosomal Investigation On Isolated Cells?." Human Reproduction 19.9 (2004): 1946-1951. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Poon, S. S., Martens, U. M., Ward, R. K. and Lansdorp, P. M.

    Telomere length measurements using digital fluorescence microscopy

    1999 - Cytometry

    In-text: (Poon et al. 267-278)

    Your Bibliography: Poon, Steven S.S. et al. "Telomere Length Measurements Using Digital Fluorescence Microscopy." Cytometry 36.4 (1999): 267-278. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Schwarz, F., Robinson, S. and Butler, J.

    Thermodynamic comparison of PNA/DNA and DNA/DNA hybridization reactions at ambient temperature

    1999 - Nucleic Acids Research

    In-text: (Schwarz, Robinson and Butler 4792-4800)

    Your Bibliography: Schwarz, F., S. Robinson, and J. Butler. "Thermodynamic Comparison Of PNA/DNA And DNA/DNA Hybridization Reactions At Ambient Temperature." Nucleic Acids Research 27.24 (1999): 4792-4800. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Silverman, G. A., Ye, R. D., Pollock, K. M., Sadler, J. E. and Korsmeyer, S. J.

    Use of yeast artificial chromosome clones for mapping and walking within human chromosome segment 18q21.3.

    1989 - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    In-text: (Silverman et al. 7485-7489)

    Your Bibliography: Silverman, G. A. et al. "Use Of Yeast Artificial Chromosome Clones For Mapping And Walking Within Human Chromosome Segment 18Q21.3.." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86.19 (1989): 7485-7489. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Wild, J., Hradecna, Z. and Szybalski, W.

    Conditionally Amplifiable BACs: Switching From Single-Copy to High-Copy Vectors and Genomic Clones

    2002 - Genome Research

    In-text: (Wild, Hradecna and Szybalski 1434-1444)

    Your Bibliography: Wild, J., Z. Hradecna, and W. Szybalski. "Conditionally Amplifiable Bacs: Switching From Single-Copy To High-Copy Vectors And Genomic Clones." Genome Research 12.9 (2002): 1434-1444. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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    Yasaei, H., Gozaly-Chianea, Y. and Slijepcevic, P.

    Analysis of telomere length and function in radiosensitive mouse and human cells in response to DNA-PKcs inhibition

    2013 - Genome Integrity

    In-text: (Yasaei, Gozaly-Chianea and Slijepcevic 2)

    Your Bibliography: Yasaei, Hemad, Yaghoub Gozaly-Chianea, and Predrag Slijepcevic. "Analysis Of Telomere Length And Function In Radiosensitive Mouse And Human Cells In Response To DNA-Pkcs Inhibition." Genome Integrity 4.1 (2013): 2. Web. 13 Mar. 2020.

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