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N.S. Viazovskaia

FGUP Iuzhno-Ural'skiĭ institut biofiziki, Ozersk

G.G. Rusinova

FGUP Iuzhno-Ural'skiĭ institut biofiziki, Ozersk

T.V. Azizova

Southern Ural Biophysics Institute of the Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia, Ozersk, Chelyabinsk region, Russia

V.S. Revina

FGUP Iuzhno-Ural'skiĭ institut biofiziki, Ozersk

I.V. Glazkova

FGUP Iuzhno-Ural'skiĭ institut biofiziki, Ozersk

E.V. Generozov

Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of Healthcare Ministry of the Russia, Moscow, Russia, Federal Research Clinical Center for Physico-Chemical Medicine, FMBA of Russia, Moscow, Russia

N.B. Zakharzhevskaia

Laboratoriia molekuliarnoĭ genetiki cheloveka FGU NII FKhM Roszdrava, Moskva

D.S. Matiushkina

Laboratoriia molekuliarnoĭ genetiki cheloveka FGU NII FKhM Roszdrava, Moskva

Possibility of DNA isolation from archived autopsy tissues for molecular genetic studies

Authors:

N.S. Viazovskaia, G.G. Rusinova, T.V. Azizova, V.S. Revina, I.V. Glazkova, E.V. Generozov, N.B. Zakharzhevskaia, D.S. Matiushkina

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To cite this article:

Viazovskaia NS, Rusinova GG, Azizova TV, Revina VS, Glazkova IV, Generozov EV, Zakharzhevskaia NB, Matiushkina DS. Possibility of DNA isolation from archived autopsy tissues for molecular genetic studies. Russian Journal of Archive of Pathology. 2014;76(2):46‑47. (In Russ.)

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