[Specific features of DNA isolation for polymerase chain reaction in extrapulmonary tuberculosis].

@article{Vishnevskaia1998SpecificFO,
  title={[Specific features of DNA isolation for polymerase chain reaction in extrapulmonary tuberculosis].},
  author={E B Vishnevskaia},
  journal={Problemy tuberkuleza},
  year={1998},
  volume={5},
  pages={40-2}
}
While testing samples by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), a procedure for DNA isolation is advisable adapted for different types of materials; thorough DNA purification is of the greatest importance in testing blood-containing samples, deep sample lysis is of particular importance for osseous tissue samples. A differential approach to isolating DNA from clinical samples allows the efficiency of PCR to be enhanced.