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Thilly WG

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Title Authors Year Journal
Origins of human mitochondrial point mutations as DNA polymerase gamma-mediated errors. Thilly WG 2006 Mutation research
A sensitive scanning technology for low frequency nuclear point mutations in human genomic DNA. Thilly WG 2000 Nucleic acids research
Fidelity and mutational spectrum of Pfu DNA polymerase on a human mitochondrial DNA sequence. Thilly WG 1997 Genome Res
Deletion mutagenesis during polymerase chain reaction: dependence on DNA polymerase. Thilly WG 1991 Gene
Optimization of the polymerase chain reaction with regard to fidelity: modified T7, Taq, and vent DNA polymerases. Thilly WG 1991 PCR methods and applications
Fidelity of DNA polymerases in DNA amplification. Thilly WG 1989 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
DNA amplification in vitro using T4 DNA polymerase. Thilly WG 1988 DNA
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