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    Detection of Pathogens and Ampicillin-resistance Genes Using Multiplex Padlock Probes
    Authors:  Rick Conzemius and Ivan Barišić, date: 08/20/2017, view: 7419, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Diagnostic assays for pathogen identification and characterization are limited either by the number of simultaneously detectable targets, which rely on multiplexing methods, or by time constraints due to cultivation-based techniques. We recently presented a 100-plex method for human pathogen characterization to identify 75 bacterial and fungal ...
    Promoter Orientation of Prokaryotic Phase-variable Genes by PCR
    Authors:  Stacey L. Bateman and Patrick Seed, date: 10/20/2012, view: 9341, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] One major mechanism of phase variable gene expression in prokaryotes is through inversion of the promoter element for a gene or operon. This protocol describes how to detect the promoter orientation of a phase-variable gene by PCR. This protocol, including primer design, is specific to detection of the promoter orientations of hyxR, a LuxR-like ...

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