Analyzing Speech to Detect Misreporting

@inproceedings{Hobson2009AnalyzingST,
  title={Analyzing Speech to Detect Misreporting},
  author={Jessen L. Hobson and William J. Mayew and Mohan Venkatachalam},
  year={2009}
}
Oligonucleotide-fluorophore-quencher conjugates wherein the fluorophore moiety has emission wavelengths in the range of about 300 to about 800 nm, and or where the quencher includes a substituted 4-(phenyldiazenyl)phenylamine structure provide improved signal to noise ratios and other advantageous characteristics in hybridization and related assays. The oligonucleotide-fluorophore-quencher conjugates can be synthesized by utilizing novel phosphoramidite reagents that incorporate the quencher… CONTINUE READING

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