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The development of PFGE expanded the range of resolution for DNA fragments by as ... The theory behind why PFGE works pertains to the mobility of larger DNA ...
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E. coli information including descriptions of FSIS, Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis, PFGE Patterns, Pulse Net, and recalls of E. coli contaminated foods.
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PulseNet is a network of public health labs that is used to quickly identify multi-state outbreaks of bacterial illness through comparison of PFGE patterns.
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In particular, PFGE resolved extremely large DNA for the first time, raising the ... Although many types of PFGE instrumentation are available (fig. ...
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technique used in this discipline is pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE). PFGE is currently used by the ... and electrophoresed using PFGE. ...
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Limitations of PFGE and PulseNet. How does subtyping help in epidemiologic investigations? ... PFGE facilitates the differential migration of large DNA ...
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Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) is one of the most widely used typing ... Linking of PFGE data and epidemiologic information has resulted in tracing the ...
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This PFGE method has been developed by our French colleagues at the Institut ... PFGE ... Staining and recording of PFGE image ...
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PFGE Profiles of Isolates according to Swedish PFGE Protocol. Classification of the 35 prevalent Swedish profiles including the six reference ...
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PFGE is generally recognized as the most discriminatory subtyping method for L. ... The importance of PFGE for human food-borne disease surveillance is likely to ...
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What does PFGE stand for? Definition of PFGE in the list of acronyms and abbreviations provided by the Free Online Dictionary and Thesaurus.
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PFGE is labor-intensive, and the results are difficult to analyze and not easily ... MLVA differentiated strains with unique PFGE types. ...
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PFGE type A was associated with resistance to ampicillin, streptomycin, and ... A class 2 integron was present in all 14 PFGE type B isolates. ...
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Mount in gel forming stand and carefully pour 150 ml of 0.8% PFGE certified agarose in 0.5x TBE. ... Gel Preparation (for use with the Bio-Rad CHEF/PFGE unit) ...
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National Database of PFGE Patterns and Associated Epidemiologic Information: PulseNet, the national molecular subtyping network for foodborne disease surveillance, ...
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National Database of PFGE Patterns and Associated Epidemiologic Information ... Standardized Nomenclature for PFGE Patterns. Role of PulseNet in Outbreak ...
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PulseNet International website ... trying to optimize the PFGE protocol of Leptospira interrogans. Based on the other PFGE protocols of other pathogens ...
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PFGE allows investigators to separate much larger pieces of DNA than ... But in PFGE, the direction of the current is altered at a regular interval as ...
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