PMID: 10084112Mar 20, 1999Paper

Enzymatic methods for mutation scanning

Genetic Analysis : Biomolecular Engineering
G R Taylor, J Deeble

Abstract

Enzymatic methods for mutation scanning still lack the sensitivity and specificity of the chemical cleavage of mismatch method. However developments in our understanding of the mismatch recognition process should lead to improvements. Several promising candidates exist with potential for more specific and sensitive mutation detection.

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