Closely Related Strains Of Bradyrhizobium Contained In Commercial Inoculates Of Soybean Are Identified By A Set Of PCR Reactions

@inproceedings{Lopez2012CloselyRS,
  title={Closely Related Strains Of Bradyrhizobium Contained In Commercial Inoculates Of Soybean Are Identified By A Set Of PCR Reactions},
  author={S. Lopez and PA Balatti},
  year={2012}
}
The aim of this work was to identify closely related rhizobia, used to formulate commercial inoculants, using polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Repetitive extra-genic palindromic (REP) and BOX fingerprints hardly discriminate among a set of commercial strains. PCR targeted at repetitive RSα successfully allow discriminating within representatives of Bradyrhizobium. These fingerprints clustered isolates at a higher level of similarity and proved to be an important tool to complement the… CONTINUE READING

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