The use of killer sensitivity patterns for biotyping yeast strains: the state of the art, potentialities and limitations.

@article{Buzzini2007TheUO,
  title={The use of killer sensitivity patterns for biotyping yeast strains: the state of the art, potentialities and limitations.},
  author={Pietro Buzzini and Benedetta Turchetti and Ann E Vaughan-Martini},
  journal={FEMS yeast research},
  year={2007},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={749-60}
}
In recent years molecular techniques have been the most useful tools for the unequivocal identification of undetermined strains at the species level. In many instances, however, a further discrimination at the strain level (biotyping) is required, such as during epidemiological investigations, in which the distribution of pathogenic microorganisms is studied, and for patent protection purposes. Although molecular methods are routinely used also for yeast biotyping, several nonmolecular… CONTINUE READING

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