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Robust and inexpensive equipment design for polymerase chain reaction detection of sequence mutations. Cystic fibrosis in a mother and 2 children analysed.

Every polymerase chain reaction (PCR) requires use of a temperature cycler for about 3 hours. Since there are many diagnostic tests using this technology, it is important that robust but inexpensive machinery is available. Such a stand-alone machine has been designed and used to analyse an interesting family in which a mother and her 2 children were diagnosed as having cystic fibrosis.[1]


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