Quantitative analysis of human and cow-specific 16S rRNA gene markers for assessment of fecal pollution in river waters by real-time PCR.

@article{Jeong2010QuantitativeAO,
  title={Quantitative analysis of human and cow-specific 16S rRNA gene markers for assessment of fecal pollution in river waters by real-time PCR.},
  author={Ju-Yong Jeong and Hee-Deung Park and Kyong-Hee Lee and Jae-Hong Hwang and Jong-Ok Ka},
  journal={Journal of microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          245-53
        }
}
The base sequences representing human and cow-specific 16S rRNA gene markers identified in the T-RFLP analysis were recovered from clone libraries. The human and cow-specific primers were designed from these sequences and their specificities were analyzed with fecal DNAs from human, cow, and pig. AllBac primer set showed positive results for all human, cow, and pig samples, while human-specific primer set showed positive result only for human sample but not for cow or pig samples. Likewise, cow… 
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