PCR primers for detection and characterisation of IncP-9 plasmids.

@article{Krasowiak2002PCRPF,
  title={PCR primers for detection and characterisation of IncP-9 plasmids.},
  author={Renata Krasowiak and Kornelia Smalla and Sergei L. Sokolov and Irina Kosheleva and Yana Sevastyanovich and Marina A. Titok and Christopher M. Thomas},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2002},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={
          217-25
        }
}
IncP-9 plasmids are best known as the vehicles for spreading biodegradation functions among Pseudomonas species but can also carry resistance determinants. New PCR primer systems targeting different replicon-specific regions were designed to allow detection of IncP-9 plasmids. Their specificity was checked against a range of IncP-9 plasmids as well as representatives of incompatibility groups IncFI, IncFII, IncN, IncQ, IncP-1alpha, IncP-1beta, IncP-2, IncP-7, IncP-13, IncW, IncU, IncX and IncZ… CONTINUE READING
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