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Kary B Mullis: Process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences. Cetus Corporation, Janet E Hasak, Albert P Halluin, July 28, 1987: US04683202 (4158 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a process for amplifying any desired specific nucleic acid sequence contained in a nucleic acid or mixture thereof. The process comprises treating separate complementary strands of the nucleic acid with a molar excess of two oligonucleotide primers, and extending ...


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Mullis Kary Banks: Process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences.. Cetus, November 12, 1986: EP0201184-A2 (251 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a process for amplifying at least one specific nucleic acid sequence contained in a nucleic acid or a mixture of nucleic acids wherein each nucleic acid consists of two separate complementary strands, of equal or unequal length, which process comprises: (a) treat ...


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Satish K Bhatnagar, Albert L George Jr, Irina Nazarenko: Amplification of nucleic acid sequences. Oncor, Glenn E Karta, January 14, 1997: US05593840 (72 worldwide citation)

A process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences from a DNA or RNA template which may be purified, or may exist in a mixture of nucleic acids. The resulting nucleic acid sequences may be exact copies of the template, or may be modified. The process has advantages over prior art amplification processe ...


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Mullis Kary Banks: Process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences.. Hoffmann La Roche, September 9, 1992: EP0502588-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a process for amplifying at least one specific nucleic acid sequence contained in a nucleic acid or a mixture of nucleic acids wherein each nucleic acid consists of two separate complementary strands, of equal or unequal length, which process comprises: (a) treat ...


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Nishimura Naoyuki, Nakayama Tomoko: Process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences. Shimadzu, January 2, 1997: EP0751226-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an improved method for PCR amplification wherein PCR is carried out at a higher pH (between pH 8.5 and pH 9.5 at 25 DEG C) than the pH widely used in the art with a biological specimen from body fluids of animals, wherein the biological specimen is added to the r ...


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Sykes Bryan Clifford: Programmable waterbath apparatus for control of rapid temperature cycling. Grant Instr, June 20, 1990: GB2226161-A (1 worldwide citation)

A waterbath comprising an open-topped tank or trough (10) containing an immersion heater (12), cooling coil (14) and thermostat temperature sensors (16a, 16b, 16c) has a programmable control system adapted to switch the heater and cooling coil on and off to provide rapid, automatic temperature cycli ...


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Mullis Kary B: Procede damplification des sequences dacide nucleique, Process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences. F Hoffmann La Roche, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, June 7, 1988: CA1237685 (1 worldwide citation)

Abstract of the Disclosure The present invention is directed to a process foramplifying any desired specific nucleic acid sequence contained in anucleic acid or mixture thereof. The process comprises treatingseparate complementary strands of the nucleic acid with a molar excessof two oligonucleotide ...


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Elizabeth Hood, Thomas Teoh: Regulatory sequence of cupin family gene. ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, Medlen & Carroll, July 25, 2017: US09714429

This invention is in the field of plant biology and agriculture and relates to novel seed specific promoter regions. The present invention further provide methods of producing proteins and other products of interest and methods of controlling expression of nucleic acid sequences of interest using th ...


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Bhatnagar Satish K, George Albert L Jr: Amplification of nucleic acid sequences. Oncor, December 13, 1995: EP0686200-A1

A process for amplifying nucleic acid sequences from a DNA or RNA template which may be purified, or may exist in a mixture of nucleic acids. The resulting nucleic acid sequences may be exact copies of the template, or may be modified. The process has advantages over prior art amplification processe ...