Human cDNA libraries and brain banks.

  • Jesús Sainz
  • Published 1993 in Journal of neural transmission. Supplementum


Human brain banks are useful sources of RNA for constructing specific cDNA libraries. These cDNA libraries are a powerful tool for the study of genetic diseases and for genome mapping. cDNA libraries can be constructed which contain all the mRNAs expressed in a normal or abnormal brain, rarely expressed mRNAs or brain-specific mRNAS. Several strategies for… (More)


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