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A guide to accelerated direct digital counting of single nucleic acid molecules by FRET-based intramolecular kinetic fingerprinting

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A guide to accelerated direct digital counting of single nucleic acid molecules by FRET-based intramolecular kinetic fingerprinting
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Methods, June 2021
DOI 10.1016/j.ymeth.2021.06.014
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Shankar Mandal, Kunal Khanna, Alexander Johnson-Buck, Nils G. Walter

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