By Alice M. Wang, Michael V. Doyle, David F. Mark (auth.), Dr. med. Arndt Rolfs, Dr. med. Hermann Christian Schumacher, Prof. Dr. Peter Marx (eds.)
PCR, constructed at Cetus Corporation/USA by means of Henry A. Erlich, Kary Mullis and Randall ok. Saiki, is a very easy process for amplifying nucleic acids in vitro. the belief of this concept bases at the repetition of a suite of 3 diverse temperatures and yields a rise of the objective constitution as much as an element of 106 to 1012. consequently, this method is predisposed for secure research and characterization of DNA and RNA sequences of curiosity, even the place the beginning volume of fabric is greatly small. as a result of its sensitivity, pace and flexibility this system is very appropriate for investigations of oncogenes, tumor linked translocations, retroviral sequences, lymphokines and regularly the large box of degenerative and inflammatory illnesses of anxious approach. PCR seems the strategy that can conquer the 2 most crucial difficulties in that box: very small quantity of fabric mixed with the need of swift diagnostic approaches in inflammatory infections. "PCR themes" will supply an exact evaluate of easy and utilized examine fields on utilization of polymerase chain response. All contributions to this ebook were provided at a global congress on "Usage of Polymerase chain response in genetic and infectious ailments" which came about in june 1990 in Berlin. The editors desire to thank all individuals for his or her contributions. we provide our thank you and gratitude to our coworkers and particularly to our technical assistents Barbara Trampenau, Mirjana Wiirdemann and Hannelore Leonhard.
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The first nucleotide of the first codon in ex on 51 is a T which is in the intact gene found at the 3' end of the preceding exon (exon 50). Hence the muscle disorder is in this case - in accordance with the "reading frame" hypothesis  - of the Duchenne type. This "molecular diagnosis" is in agreement with the severety of the clinical symptoms of the patient in the family which had asked for prenatal diagnosis (Prof. Schwinger, personal communication). It should be noted that this result confirmed simultaneously the mother to be an obligate carrier of DMD.
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