Success Rates of Nuclear Short Tandem Repeat Typing from Different Skeletal Elements

Milo�, Ana; Selmanovic, Arijana; Smajlovic, Lejla; Huel, Ren� L. M.; Katzmarzyk, Cheryl; Rizvic, Adi; Parsons, Thomas J.
August 2007
Croatian Medical Journal;2007, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p486
Academic Journal
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