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Mirck, M. H., Von Bannisseht-Wijsmuller, T. H., Timmermans-Besselink, W. J. H., Van Luijk, J. H. L., Buntjer, J. B. and Lenstra, J. A. (1995): Optimization of the PCR test for the mutation causing bovine leukocyte adhesion deficiency. Cell. Mol. Biol

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors:
L. Stipkovits
,
Á Dán
,
Erika Varga
,
Paula De Santis
,
Rosella Lelly
,
Éva Kaszanyitzky
,
Ildikó Ferenczné Paluska
,
M. Tenk
,
L. Tekes
, and
B. Harrach

deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) from bloodstains, a major inhibitor of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification . J. Forensic Sci. 39 , 362 – 372 . Ayling , R. , Regalla , J. , Spencer , Y

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors:
Münevver Sadunoğlu Güler
,
Gökhan Aygün
,
Seher Akkuş
,
Ahmet Mert Kuşkucu
,
Ömer Küçükbasmacİ
, and
Nevrİye Gönüllü

phenotypic methods such as Carbapenem Inactivation Method, Modified Hodge Test, inhibitor-based methods, biochemical methods and genotypic methods such as PCR, cloning and sequencing should be performed [ 9 , 10 ]. Methods Enterobacterales species isolated

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investigation of carbapenemases gene detection. PCR amplification was carried out for the detection of carbapenemases genes ( bla KPC , bla NDM, bla BIC, bla IMP, bla VIM , bla SPM, bla AIM, bla DIM, bla GIM, bla SIM, and bla OXA-48 ) with an

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application of an accurate and reliable diagnostic technique like polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is necessary [ 1 , 3 , 11 , 18 , 19 ]. Hence, in this study the authors tried to detect and identify the distribution of four important virulence

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dogs that had died as a result of CDV infection. We used molecular virological and immunohistochemical methods to update the information about CDV infection and the circulating strains in our country based on partial sequences, obtained by PCR from the

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A SARS-CoV-2-járvány kihívásai és tapasztalatai a molekuláris diagnosztikában

Challenges and experiences of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in molecular diagnostics

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
András Zóka
,
Bálint Tresó
, and
Gabriella Bekő

References 1 Tresó B. Real-time PCR. In: Takács M. (ed.) Clinical and epidemiological virology. [Real-time PCR. In: Takács M. (szerk.) Klinikai és

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, 679 – 693 . Drén , Cs. N. , Koch , G. , Kant , A. , Verschueren , C. A. J. , van der Eb , A. J. and Noteborn , M. H. M. ( 1994 ): A hot start PCR for the laboratory

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors:
Zsolt Becker
,
Noémi Holló
,
Róbert Farkas
,
Mónika Gyurkovszky
,
Jenő Reiczigel
,
Krisztián Olaszy
,
Zoltán Vári
, and
Károly Vörös

applicable for diagnosing microfilaraemia without definitive distinction of D. immitis and D. repens ( Magnis et al., 2013 ). The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique as a molecular biological method can be considered the most sensitive

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Bálint Nagy
,
Levente Lázár
,
Gyula Richárd Nagy
,
Zoltán Bán
, and
Zoltán Papp

1787 1792 Costa, L. M., Pautas, C., Ernault, P. és mtsai: Real-time PCR for diagnosis and follow-up of Toxoplasma reactivation after allogeneic stem cell

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