Extraction and purification of nucleic acids from viruses

@inproceedings{Steward2010ExtractionAP,
  title={Extraction and purification of nucleic acids from viruses},
  author={Grieg F Steward and Alexander I. Culley},
  year={2010}
}
Research on the diversity and ecology of viruses in the environment has been revolutionized by the ability to detect, fingerprint, and sequence viral genes and genomes. The starting point for these molecular assays is the release and recovery of the viral nucleic acids. The complexity of this task depends in large part on the nature of the starting material and the purity and quality of the nucleic acids one requires for downstream applications. In some cases, simply heating the sample will… CONTINUE READING

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