Boston Probes' Micro Dx Probe in a FISH assay
PNA, as its name implies, is a DNA mimic whose backbone is composed of repeating N-2-aminoethyl glycine units linked by amide bonds instead of the sugar-phosphate backbone of DNA. This unique structure lends impressive qualities. Though able to form base pairs normally, PNA is...
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