Referenzen

Referenzen

Publication with Labcycler operation

  • Adamek et al. 2017: Comparison of PCR methods for the detection of genetic variants of carp edema virus, Dis Aqua Org 126 75–81
  • Averdam et al. 2007: Genomics and Diversity of the Common Marmoset Monkey NK Complex,J Immunol 178 7151–7161
  • Bravo et al. 2013: Isolation of oxalotrophic bacteria able to disperse on fungal mycelium, FEMS Microbiol Lett 348 157–166
  • Campo et al. 2010: A rapid and cost-efficient DMSO-based method for isolating DNA from cultured lichen photobionts, TAXON 59 588–591
  • Chuma et al. 2018: Widespread Treponema pallidum infection in nonhuman primates, Tanzania Emerg Inf Dis 24 1002-1009
  • Duan et al. 2013: Genetic diversity and population structure of Sitodiplosis mosellana in northern China, PLOS Vol 8 Issue 11 e7841
  • Dudzinska et al. 2018: Single nucleotide polymorphisms in selected genes in inflammatory bowel disease, BioMed Research Int Article ID 6914346, https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/6914346
  • Editulo et al. 2012: Identification of the Mycobacterium Tuberculosis stem (strain) at Rifampicina andIzoniazida resistance through PCR technique, Ann RSCB Vol. XVII, Issue 2 130-133
  • Falah et al. 2019: Molecular identification and genotyping of Acinetobacter baumannii isolated from burn patients by PCR and ERIC-PCR, Scars, Burns & Healing, Volume 5 https://doi.org/10.1177/2059513119831369
  • Geistlinger et al. 2015: SSR Markers for Trichoderma virens: Their evaluation and application to identify and quantify Root-Endophytic Strains, Diversity 7 360-384
  • Guo et al. 2016: Adenovirus co-expressing CD40 ligand and interleukin (IL)-2 contributes to maturation of dendritic cells and production of IL-12, Biomed Rep 5 567-573
  • Huang et al. 2012: Molecular cloning and functional analysis of three flowering locus t (FT) homologous genes from Chinese Cymbidium, Int J Mol 13 11385-11398
  • Ilgü et al. 2018: Effects of mutations and ligands on the thermostability of the L-Arginine/Agmatine antiporter AdiC and deduced insights into ligand-binding of human L-Type amino acid transporters, Int J Mod Sci 19 918
  • Jarocki et al. 2016: Comparison of various molecular methods for rapid differentiation of intestinal bifidobacteria at the species, subspecies and strain level, BMC Microbiology 16:159
  • Jarzynski et al. 2016: Analysis of mutation and promoter methylation of TP53 gene in tumors of the head and neck, Curr Issues Pharm Med Sci 29 53-55
  • Kallau et al. 2018: Detection of multi-drug resistant (MDR) Escherichia coli and tet gene prevalence ata pig farm in Kupang , Indonesia, J Adv Vet Animal Res 5 388-396, https://doi.org/10.5455/javar.2018.e289
  • Krol-Turminska & Olender 2018: Alternations in DNA gyrase genes in low-level fluoroquinolone-resistant Moraxella catarrhalis strains isolated in Poland, Infect Drug Resistance 1 1047-1053
  • Koob 2015: A new approach to bacterial indentification in a point-of-care format European brewery convention. Mundiconvenius, Porto, Portugal
  • Lenz et al. 2009: RSCA genotyping of MHC for high-throughput evolutionary studies in the model organism three-spined stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatur, BMC Evol Biol 9 1-13
  • Molins et al. 2018: A multi-tool approach to assess microalgal diversity in lichens: Isolation, Sanger sequencing, HTS and ultrastructural correlation, The Lichenologist 50 123–138
  • Monioszko et al. 2015: Comparison of detection of Borrelia burgdorferi DNA and anti-Borrelia burgdorferi antibodies in patients with erythema migrans in north-eastern Polan, Postępy Dermatologii i Alergologii 1 11-14
  • Ovesna et al. 2014: Microsatellite analysis indicates the specific genetic basis of Czech bolting garlic, Czech J Genet Plant Breed 50 226–234
  • Perez-Ruiz et al. 2010: Development and preliminary evaluation of a rapid oligochromatographic assay for specific detection of new human Influenza A H1N1, Virus, J Clin Microbiol Vol 48 51801–1805
  • Pin et al. 2013: Comparison of human Papillomavirus detection and genotyping with four different prime sets by PCR-sequencing, BiomedEnvironSci 26 40-47
  • Rosner et al. 2010: Rhesus macaque MHC class I molecules show differential subcellular localizations,Immunogen 62 149–158
  • Rösner et al. 2018: Comparison of two commercial carbapenemase gene confirmatory assays in multiresistant Enterobacteriaceae and Acinetobacter baumannii-complex, PLOS ONE https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0197839
  • Sascha et al. 2012: Genetic similarity and antimicrobial susceptibility of Klebsiella pneumoniae – producing carbapenemase (KPC-2) isolated in different clinical specimens received from University Hospitals in Northeastern Poland, African J Microb Res Vol 6 6888-6892
  • Sommermann et al. 2018: Fungal community profiles in agricultural soils of a long-term field trial under different tillage, fertilization and crop rotation conditions analyzed by high-throughput ITS-amplicon sequencing, PLOS ONE https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone 0195345 April 5 1-32
  • Strachecka et al. 2015: A new detection method for a newly revealed mechanism of pyrethroid resistance development in Varroa destructor, Prasitol Res 114 3999-4004
  • Sun et al. 2013: Identification and characterization of a novel Shigella flexneri Serotype Yv in Chin, PLOS ONE Vol 8 Issue 7 e70238
  • Unno et al 2009: Absence of Escherichia coli phylogenetic group B2 strains in humans and domesticated animals from Jeonnam Province, App Env Microbiol Vol 75 5659–566
  • Wang et al. 2011: Genetic screening strategy for rapid access to polyether ionophore producers and products in Actinomycetes, Appl Env Microbiol Vol. 77 No. 10 3433–3442
  • Wang et al. 2013: Molecular characterization of msp2/p44 of Anaplasma phagocytophilum isolated from infected patients and Haemaphysalis longicornis in Laizhou Bay, Shandong Province, Chin, Plos One Vol 8 Issue 10 e78189
  • Wang et al. 2016: Endonuclease restriction-mediated Real-Time Polymerase Chain reaction: A novel technique for rapid, sensitive and quantitative detection of nucleic-acid sequence, Front Microbiol 13, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2016.01104

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