Condensed DNA particles formed in a PCR with plasmid templates: An electron microscopy study

@article{Danilevich2010CondensedDP,
  title={Condensed DNA particles formed in a PCR with plasmid templates: An electron microscopy study},
  author={Vasily N. Danilevich and Vassily A. Kadykov and Eugene V. Grishin},
  journal={Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={36},
  pages={497-507}
}
Suspensions of microparticles produced in a polymerase chain reaction on plasmid templates using different primers have been studied by electron microscopy. In all of the samples, microspheres of two types have been detected: of a spherical or ellipsoid form (smooth, without thorns) and of an ellipsoid form with big thorns and/or outgrowths; the diameter of the microspheres varies from 1 to 3 μm. Along with microspheres, so-called three-dimensional network structures of various shapes formed by… CONTINUE READING
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