Nucleotide Sequences Detection Process and Kit

Organization:Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, 90619-900, BR
I.P. Brief:A method for producing synthetic nucleotide sequences to be used as DNA standards for quantification of microorganisms without need of preexisting nucleic acid templates. This technology can detect and quantify potential sources of contamination by microorganisms in biological fluids, cells, food and cosmetics.
Keywords:Molecular biology, quantification of microorganisms, Fluorescence-based PCR, diagnostic tests, DNA standards.
Primary Industry:Pharma & Biotech
Specific Market:Biotechnology companies willing to produce diagnostic kits, or standards.

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University of Hawaii

Press Sponsor

Business Wire

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Media Sponsors

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Boston University
Midwest Research University Network
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AeA
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