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Old 26-04-2003, 12:37 PM
john clark
 
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Default Lab for gene sequencing in plant species?

Can anyone identify a commercial lab in USA which perfoms gene sequencing on
plant samples? What I have in mind is identification of base pair
differences between a "normal" plant and one with a single gene mutation for
purposes of U.S. design patent application. Thanks.




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