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Genotyping of the five microsatellites markers in WBS families

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Genotyping of the five microsatellites markers in WBS families. DNA fragments of those affected are always the first column of each gel followed by DNA from the mother and the last column the DNA of the father. Black arrows indicate allelic loss.

Reference

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PMID:21808859

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3129970/?tool=pubmed

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Assessment

+ Relevant figure for clinical diagnostics. +/- Should have included an explanation as to what "micro satellites markers" are.



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