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DNA Extraction Systematics for Spectroscopic Studies
AbstractStudy of genetic material allows the comprehension the origin of the many biochemical changes that follow diseases, like cancer, promoting the development of early preventive inquiry and more efficient individual treatments. Raman spectroscopy can be an important tool in DNA study, since it allows probe molecular vibrations of genetic material in a fast way. The present work established a systematic way for extract DNA in suitable concentrations and structural integrity allowing studies by Raman spectroscopy or other spectroscopic technique, including bio-analytical sensors for probing genetic alterations.
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Palma, B.F.; Ferrari, A.B.; Bitar, R.A.; Cardoso, M.A.G.; Martin, A.A.; Da Silva Martinho, H. DNA Extraction Systematics for Spectroscopic Studies. Sensors 2008, 8, 3624-3632.View more citation formats
Palma BF, Ferrari AB, Bitar RA, Cardoso MAG, Martin AA, Da Silva Martinho H. DNA Extraction Systematics for Spectroscopic Studies. Sensors. 2008; 8(6):3624-3632.Chicago/Turabian Style
Palma, Bianca F.; Ferrari, Amanda B.; Bitar, Renata A.; Cardoso, Maria A.G.; Martin, Airton A.; Da Silva Martinho, Herculano. 2008. "DNA Extraction Systematics for Spectroscopic Studies." Sensors 8, no. 6: 3624-3632.
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