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Short Communications
The fractionation of eukaryotic DNA by the field inversion gel electrophoresis. 1. Detection of discrete fragments
1Solovyan V. T., 1Kunakh V. A.
  1. Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR
    Kiev, USSR


The fractionation of eukaryotic DNA by the field inversion gel electrophpresis results in the set of discrete fragments. The pattern of discrete fragments is similar to different members of eukaryotes under study and involves the various chromosomal size-uniform DNAs.


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