Pcr methods in foods food microbiology and food safety john maurer ed this book is a primer for students faculty and other professionals interested in molecular biology and its integration into food safety by introducing the reader to diagnostic pcr based technologies used in detection of pathogens in foods. This book will introduce non molecular biologists to diagnostic pcr based te nologies for the detection of pathogens in foods by the conclusion of this book the reader should be able to 1 understand the principles behind pcr including real time 2 know the basics involved in the design optimization and imp mentation of pcr in food microbiology lab setting 3 interpret results 4 . Understand the principles behind pcr including real time 2 know the basics involved in the design optimization and implementation of pcr in food microbiology lab setting 3 interpret results 4 know limitations and strengths of pcr 5 understand the basic principles behind microarrays and its potential applications in food microbiology. Pcr methods in foods by john maurer unknown edition pcr methods in foods food microbiology and food safety january 5 2006 edition open library donate . Pcr kits for food microbiology there are two broad types of detection method end point pcr detection takes place as the name suggests when the amplification process is complete typically agarose gel electrophoresis followed by staining with fluorescent ethidium bromide is used to detect the amplified dna fragments
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