Fluorescent Nucleoside Analogues as DNA Probes

  • Mary E. Hawkins
Part of the Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy book series (TIFS, volume 7)


Decay Curve Nucleoside Analogue Fluorescence Anisotropy Complementary Strand Integration Host Factor 
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  • Mary E. Hawkins
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  1. 1.Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics SectionNational Cancer InstituteBethesda

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