Use of nonradioactive DNA probes for the detection of infectious bacteria.

Abstract

Application of the biotinylated DNA probe systems in the detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and penicillin-resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae is presented. The three formats employed are the dot-blot, in-situ, and Southern hybridization. 

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@article{Pollice1985UseON, title={Use of nonradioactive DNA probes for the detection of infectious bacteria.}, author={M. B. Pollice and Heyoung Yang}, journal={Clinics in laboratory medicine}, year={1985}, volume={5 3}, pages={463-73} }