Comparison of genomic DNA preparation methods for the detection of Brucella spp. in different food matrices

Hammerl, J. A.; Falenski, A.; Mayer-Scholl, A.; Al-Dahouk, S.; Göllner, C.; Bahn, P.; Appel, B.; Nöckler, K.

Microbiological and molecular food testing is an integral part of food production and food safety. However, traditional, culture-based methods for the detection of pathogenic bacteria and viruses are time-consuming. Therefore, the development of "rapid" microbiological and molecular methods is mandatory. "Rapid methods" have to generate reliable results in a short time with high specificity and sensitivity to allow fast action in order to prevent an outbreak caused by contaminated food.

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Hammerl, J. A. / Falenski, A. / Mayer-Scholl, A. / et al: Comparison of genomic DNA preparation methods for the detection of Brucella spp. in different food matrices. 2011.

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