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Classical swine fever virus: a second ring test to evaluate RT-PCR detection methods.

types of test were evaluated. One amplified a part of the 5’-non coding region of the pestivirus genome by means of a closed, one-tube RT-nested PCR. The other amplified a part of the NS5B gene using ...

Phylogenetic analysis of European encephalomyocarditis viruses: comparison of two genomic regions.

virus genome, the VP3 / VP1 gene junction (part of the capsid-coding region) and part of the 3D polymerase-coding region. Thirty-five European EMC viruses could be divided into two genetic groups, one ...

Epidemiologic, pathogenic and molecular analysis of recent encephalomyocarditis outbreaks in Belgium.

rodents may play a role in the transmission of EMCV but that pig-to-pig transmission is at least as important. Molecular analysis of two separate regions on the genomes of the respective EMCV isolates ...

Differentiation of the seven serotypes of foot-and-mouth disease virus by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction.

serotype-specific primers were selected to correspond to regions of the genome coding for parts of the VP1 polypeptide that is responsible for the antigenic diversity of the virus group. Multi-primer mix P33-P(A-C-O- ...

Characterization of the 6'-N-aminoglycoside acetyltransferase gene aac(6')-Im [corrected] associated with a sulI-type integron36674

Belgian Belgium Citrobacter freundii Clinical Cloning,Molecular CODING d Drug Resistance,Microbial Drug Resistance,Multiple e environment enzymology Escherichia coli Escherichia coli Proteins gene Genes ...

Polymerase chain reaction-mediated cloning and in vitro translation of the genes coding for the structural proteins of hog cholera virus.

by PCR, the 5’ region of the genome of hog cholera virus (HCV) strain Alfort 187 was cloned and sequenced. The nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences were compared with the ones of other ...

The BBEMG research program- A multidisciplinary approach in studying long-term effects of ELF-EMF

fields (e.g., administrative workers) and will be used as ‘non exposed’ controls. An increased frequency of cytogenetic changes means that 50 Hz fields or other environmental agents in the workplace are ...

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