Urinary Cell-Free DNA: Isolation, Quantification, and Quality Assessment
Urine cell-free DNA is an important source of diagnostic markers for different diseases (e.g., cancer and prenatal diagnosis). It is important to achieve a simple and fast protocol to maximize the recovery of DNA from urine supernatant and to assess its quality. Here we describe a simple approach from urine collection to DNA quality assessment for downstream analyses.
Key wordsUrine Cell-free DNA Isolation Quantification Quality Protocol
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