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BACKGROUND The many techniques used to diagnose the Factor V Leiden (FVL) mutation, the most common hereditary hypercoagulation disorder in Eurasians, and the most frequently requested genetic test reflect the evolving strategies in protein and DNA diagnosis. METHODS Here, molecular methods to diagnose the FVL mutation are discussed. RESULTS(More)
Cyclic polyolefin (COP) is an inexpensive hydrophobic material with low auto-fluorescence, high light transmittance and thermal stability, broad chemical resistance and no non-specific protein binding. Here, the hydrophobic alkane COP was modified to have carbonyl functionalities through oxygen plasma and chemical etching treatments to increase usefulness(More)
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