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Research Article

High-Throughput Detection of Induced Mutations and Natural Variation Using KeyPoint™ Technology

  • Diana Rigola mail,

    diana.rigola@keygene.com

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Jan van Oeveren,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Antoine Janssen,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Anita Bonné,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Harrie Schneiders,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Hein J. A. van der Poel,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Nathalie J. van Orsouw,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • René C. J. Hogers,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Michiel T. J. de Both,

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Michiel J. T. van Eijk

    Affiliation: Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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  • Published: March 13, 2009
  • DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0004761

About the Authors

Diana Rigola, Jan van Oeveren, Antoine Janssen, Anita Bonné, Harrie Schneiders, Hein J. A. van der Poel, Nathalie J. van Orsouw, René C. J. Hogers, Michiel T. J. de Both, Michiel J. T. van Eijk
Keygene NV, Wageningen, The Netherlands

Corresponding Author

Email: diana.rigola@keygene.com

Competing Interests

Paid employement: all authors and co-authors are employees of Keygene N.V. The KeyPoint technology is covered by patent applications owned by Keygene N.V. Application for trademark registration for KeyPoint has been filed by Keygene N.V.

Author Contributions

Conceived and designed the experiments: DR NJvO RCJH MTJdB MJTvE. Performed the experiments: DR AB HS HvdP. Contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools: JvO AJ. Wrote the paper: DR MJTvE.