Trypan blue as a slow migrating dye for SSCP detection in polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.


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@article{Igarashi2000TrypanBA, title={Trypan blue as a slow migrating dye for SSCP detection in polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.}, author={Hiroyuki Igarashi and Kazuo Nagura and Haruhiko Sugimura}, journal={BioTechniques}, year={2000}, volume={29 1}, pages={42-4} }