Group-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification of SSU rRNA-encoding gene fragments from 12 microbial taxa

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Group-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification of SSU rRNA-encoding gene fragments from 12 microbial taxa. / Van Borm, S.; Boomsma, Jacobus Jan.

In: Molecular Ecology Notes, No. 2, 2002, p. 356-359.

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Van Borm, S & Boomsma, JJ 2002, 'Group-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification of SSU rRNA-encoding gene fragments from 12 microbial taxa', Molecular Ecology Notes, no. 2, pp. 356-359.

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Van Borm, S., & Boomsma, J. J. (2002). Group-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification of SSU rRNA-encoding gene fragments from 12 microbial taxa. Molecular Ecology Notes, (2), 356-359.

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Van Borm S, Boomsma JJ. Group-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification of SSU rRNA-encoding gene fragments from 12 microbial taxa. Molecular Ecology Notes. 2002;(2):356-359.

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Van Borm, S. ; Boomsma, Jacobus Jan. / Group-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification of SSU rRNA-encoding gene fragments from 12 microbial taxa. In: Molecular Ecology Notes. 2002 ; No. 2. pp. 356-359.

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