Application of Single-Tube Tri-Primer ARMS-PCR to Detect the NFKB1 ATTG Insertion/Deletion Polymorphism.

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Summary of "Application of Single-Tube Tri-Primer ARMS-PCR to Detect the NFKB1 ATTG Insertion/Deletion Polymorphism."

The -94 ATTG insertion/deletion polymorphism (rs28362491) is an important functional polymorphism in the NFKB1 gene. It has been shown that rs28362491 is associated with many diseases. The purpose of this study was to establish a simple and reliable method to detect the ATTG insertion/deletion polymorphism.


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Name: Genetic testing and molecular biomarkers
ISSN: 1945-0257
Pages: 443-447


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