High-throughput vector-borne disease environmental surveillance by polymerase chain reaction according to international accreditation requirements.

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Although vector-borne diseases are specific to the region of the host, there is a necessity for surveillance or reference laboratories to perform standardized, high-throughput testing capable of meeting the needs of a changing military environment and response efforts. The development of standardized, high-throughput, semiquantitative real-time and reverse… (More)

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@article{Soehnlen2014HighthroughputVD, title={High-throughput vector-borne disease environmental surveillance by polymerase chain reaction according to international accreditation requirements.}, author={Marty K. Soehnlen and Stephen Lewis Crimmins and Andrew S Clugston and Nina Gruhn and Carlos Julian Adarme Gomez and Michael E. Cross and Charles N Statham}, journal={U.S. Army Medical Department journal}, year={2014}, pages={21-6} }