Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||R. Hampton, E. Ball, S. De Boer, editors.|
|Contributions||Hampton, R., Ball, Ellen M., De Boer, S.|
|LC Classifications||QR351 .S47 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||90083302|
Serological methods for detection and identification of viral and bacterial plant pathogens: a laboratory manual. Multiplex PCR methods are usually used for the simultaneous detection of two or more target pathogenic DNA or RNA molecules by using several specific primers in a single PCR reaction. It is a precious and frequently used method for the detection and identification of bacterial or viral pathogens which shows infection in plants,.Author: Ajay Kumar Gautam, Shashank Kumar. In order to retard the rate of development of antibacterial resistance, the causative agent must be identified as rapidly as possible, so that directed patient treatment and/or contact precautions can be initiated. This review highlights the challenges associated with the detection and identification of path Probes for in vitro and in vivo fluorescence imaging PrimerCited by: Serological methods: Serological methods are most often applicable tests for detection and identification of bacterial/viral plant pathogens. These types of methods based on interaction between antigen-antibody. Usually, the detection of plant viruses by serological techniques is based on the capacity.
Immunoassays have been successfully applied for the detection of viruses in crop and weed host plant species as well as in the vectors. Nucleic acid-based techniques have been demonstrated to be the most reliable and sensitive tests for detection, identification and differentiation of viruses and viroids present in plants and planting materials. Table 1 compares the available direct detection methods for plant pathogens based on their limit of detection, advantages and limitations. Each of these methods is discussed in detail in the following paragraphs. rapid diagnosis of plant diseases based on the bacterial, fungal and viral nucleic acids fluorescence imaging and Cited by: Current serological tests including the test for HBsAg are well established and despite the availablity of molecular biological techniques for the detection of viral nucleic acid, serology remains the main means of diagnosis. HIV - HIV infection is normally diagnosed by serology. The only instance when serology cannot be relied on is in. addition, for every day control of food microbial and preservative contents, the detection methods must be easily performed for numerous food samples. In this present study, quicker alternative methods were studied for identification of bacteria by DNA ngerprinting. A ﬁ ﬂ ow cytometry method .
Gingery RE () Fluorescent antibody test, viruses. In: Hampton R, Ball E, De Boer S (eds) Serological methods for detection and identification of viral and bacterial plant pathogens. A laboratory manual. American Phytopathological Society, St Paul, Minnesota Google ScholarAuthor: Jeanne Dijkstra, Cees P. de Jager. Several different methods are available for the detection and identification of plant viruses. Serological techniques are based upon the specific recognition of viral antigens by antibodies, and are frequently preferred because of their speed, specificity, and by: 5. Detection and identification of bacterial plant pathogens present in whole plants and in propagative plant materials have been possible by employing isolation on cultural media and metabolic. Techniques for identification of bacterial and viral pathogens 1. Techniques for Identification of Bacterial and Viral Pathogens Ambica Bora | BBT 2. Classification MICROSCOPIC HISTOLOGICAL MICROBIOLOGICAL IMMUNOLOGICAL MOLECULAR 2 3. MICROSCOPIC • To tell whether it is a water quality or parasitic problem (basic).