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DNA extraction protocol from filamentous fungi

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Default DNA extraction protocol from filamentous fungi



i have almost 100 of different groups of fungi and now i have to isolate DNA for ITS.can anybody tell me a common DNA extraction protocol so that i can get good quality of DNA from all groups of fungi.
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