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Accuracy and Performance Evaluation of Triplet Repeat Primed PCR as an Alternative to Conventional Diagnostic Methods for Fragile X Syndrome

Gu H, Kim MJ, Yang D, Song JY, Cho SI, Park SS, Seong MW

Background: Conventional diagnosis of fragile X syndrome (FXS) is based on a combination of fragment analysis (FA) and Southern blotting (SB); however, this diagnostic approach is time- and labor-intensive and...
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T-Cell Receptor Rearrangements Determined Using Fragment Analysis in Patients With T-Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Kim H, Kim IS, Chang CL, Kong SY, Lim YT, Kong SG, Cho EH, Lee EY, Shin HJ, Park HJ, Eom HS, Lee H

BACKGROUND: Chromosomal abnormalities and common genetic rearrangements related to T-acute lymphoblastic leukemia (T-ALL) are not clear. We investigated T-cell receptor (TCR) rearrangement in Korean T-ALL patients by fragment analysis, examining...
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Fragment Analysis for Detection of the FLT3-Internal Tandem Duplication: Comparison with Conventional PCR and Sanger Sequencing

Lee G, Kim J, Lee S, Jang W, Park J, Chae H, Kim M, Kim Y

BACKGROUND: We evaluated a sensitive and quantitative method utilizing fragment analysis of the fms-like tyrosine kinase 3-internal tandem duplication (FLT3-ITD), simultaneously measuring mutant allele burden and length, and verified the...
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Screening PCR Versus Sanger Sequencing: Detection of CALR Mutations in Patients With Thrombocytosis

Jeong JH, Lee HT, Seo JY, Seo YH, Kim KH, Kim MJ, Lee JH, Park J, Hong JS, Park PW, Ahn JY

BACKGROUND: Mutations in calreticulin (CALR) have been reported to be key markers in the molecular diagnosis of myeloid proliferative neoplasms. In most previous reports, CALR mutations were analyzed by using...
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Epidemiologic study of nosocomial candidiasis by restriction fragment analysis (RFA) and southern hybridization

Cheong HJ, Yu CW, Kang SY, Woo HJ, Kim WJ, Park SC

  • KMID: 2251368
  • Korean J Med.
  • 1999 Aug;57(2):197-205.
BACKGROUND: Candida species are not only the leading cause of nosocomial fungal infections but also the important cause of infections in the immunocompromised hosts. Epidemiologic study of nosocomial candidiasis has...
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