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Correction: Mercury nanoladders: a new method for DNA amplification, signal identification and their application in the detection of Hg(ii) ions.

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Summary of "Correction: Mercury nanoladders: a new method for DNA amplification, signal identification and their application in the detection of Hg(ii) ions."

Correction for 'Mercury nanoladders: a new method for DNA amplification, signal identification and their application in the detection of Hg(ii) ions' by Yuxiang Feng et al., Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 8036-8039.

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