Methods for Sequencing DNA:
U.B. Gyllensten and M. Allen, Methods for Sequencing of in Vitro Amplified DNA.
L.F. Landweber and M. Kreitman, Strategy for Producing Single-Stranded DNA in Polymerase Chain Reaction for Direct Genomic Sequencing.
J.G. Lawrence, D.L. Hartl, and H. Ochman, Sequencing Products of Polymerase Chain Reaction.
R.L. Dorit, One-Sided PCR for Amplification and Sequencing cDNA.
Z. Liu and P.B. Hackett, Reverse Cloning Procedure for Rapid Generation of Subclones for DNA Sequencing.
W. Shen and M.M.Y. Waye, Simple Method for Generating Unidirectional Deletion Mutants for DNA Sequencing and Protein Engineering.
K. Kretz and J.S. O'Brien, Direct Sequencing of PCR Products from Low-Melting Temperature Agarose.
D.B. Olsen, G. Wunderlich, A. Uy, and F. Eckstein, Direct Sequencing of Polymerase Chain Reaction Products.
J.P. Schofield, D.S.C. Jones, and M. Vaudin, Fluorescent and Radioactive Solid-Phase Dideoxy Sequencing of PCR Products in Microtiter Plates.
Z. Du, L. Hood, and R.K. Wilson, Automated Fluorescent DNA Sequencing of PCR Products.
R. Kaiser, T. Hunkapiller, C. Heiner, and L. Hood, Specific-Primer Directed DNA Sequence Analysis Using Automated Four-Color Fluorescence Detection and Labeled Primers.
J.A. Luckey, H. Drossman, T. Kostichka, and L.M. Smith, High Speed DNA Sequencing by Capillary Gel Electrophoresis.
V. Smith, M. Craxton, A.T. Bankier, C.M. Brown, W.D. Rawlinson, M.S. Chee, and B.G. Barrell, Microtiter Methods for Preparation and Fluorescent Sequencing of M13 Clones.
P. Richterich and G.M. Church, DNA Sequencing with Direct Transfer Electrophoresis and Nonradioactive Detection.
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