Published in AIDS Weekly, April 10th, 1995
Purification of viral RNA from feces is difficult by the most common extraction methods, presumably because of its extremely varying composition. In earlier studies researcher L. Van Der Hoek and colleagues reported on a reliable and rapid procedure for the purification of nucleic acids from clinical specimens like serum and urine. This procedure is based on the lysing and nuclease-inactivating properties of the chaotropic...
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