Primers are decisive for sensitivity of PCR.

Abstract

A sufficient sensitivity of PCR is a prerequisite for its use in the diagnosis of infectious diseases. We have used PCR for detecting gene elements of Borrelia burgdorferi, mycobacteria and Bordetella pertussis. With all these microbe groups, difficulties were encountered in achieving the demanded sensitivity with the primer pairs primarily selected. An… (More)

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