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OVARY AND PLACENTA

@inproceedings{Naz2004OVARYAP,
  title={OVARY AND PLACENTA},
  author={Rajesh K. Naz and Xiaolong Zhu and Changanamkandath Rajesh},
  year={2004}
}
1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. Materials and methods 3.1. Differential display technique to obtain testis-specific fragment 3.2. Library screening, and isolation, sequencing and analysis of cDNA 3.3. Rapid amplification of 5' and 3' cDNA ends (RACE) to obtain full-length cDNA 3.4. Northern blot analysis 3.5. Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR)-southern blot procedure 4. Results and Discussion 5. Acknowledgement 6. References 

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