Length bias | definition of length bias by Medical dictionary
apparent increased survival time resultant from screening that identifies cases before onset of symptoms.
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Because the length bias
of the shotgun sequencing reads was suspected to derive from the PCR, one could potentially ligate universal adaptors to the ends of plasma DNA and then perform PCR amplification against the universal sequences to enrich the fetal DNA fraction.
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