By K. J. Towner, A. Cockayne (auth.)
The exact id and typing of microbes is vital for staff energetic in all fields of microbiology. Many examples of contemporary molecular tools were hid in clinical and clinical literature yet this introductory textual content considers the potential functions of such equipment and compares their merits and disadvantages.
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2 PULSED-FIELD GEL ELECTROPHORESIS (PFGE) (a) Basic principles A solution to the problems of analysis caused by complex chromosomal fingerprint patterns is to use a 'rare-cutting' restriction endonuclease to generate only a limited number of large DNA fragments. As stated in the previous section, such large fragments cannot be separated readily by conventional agarose gel electrophoresis. The only technique available currently that is capable of separating DNA molecules in the 50 Analysis of chromosomal DNA 45 kb-12 Mb range physically is pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE), first described by Schwartz and Cantor (1984).
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Such changes may result simply from genetic switching mechanisms rather than real differences between strains. 1), the possibility of additional bands being caused by the presence of extrachromosomal plasmid or bacteriophage DNA should also be considered. Finally, it is important to note that PFGE tends to reflect the gross clonal structure of a collection of strains, rather than the 'fine architecture' which may be of more interest to epidemiologists. This also has the consequence that different 'rare-cutting' enzymes may appear to generate different typing results.