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November 01, 2013 (Vol. 33, No. 19)

PCR @ 30: From Prize Winner to Life Saver

  • The story of PCR does not begin with Kary Mullis’ insightful drive in 1983 nor does it end with Mullis’ 1993 Nobel Prize. PCR’s journey has long been a collaborative one, starting with Gobind Khorana who many believe laid out the theory for PCR in a seminal paper in ...

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