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Probes for melanoma imaging

Researchers at Stanford University have synthesized radiotracer probes that provide more accurate positron emission tomography (PET) scan images for diagnosing melanoma. These probes represent an important advance for the critical early diagnosis of this ...
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Representational Fragment Amplification (RFA)

A Stanford researcher has developed a robust technology that amplifies a population of nucleic acids (genomic DNA, cDNA, or RNA) 100,000 fold in a non-preferential fashion. A uniform amplification is achieved by using two restriction enzymes coupled with...
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