Via Scoop.it – PCR PRIMERS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF PHYTOPATHOGENIC FUNGI
In the last few decades, the use of molecular tools has greatly improved the efficiency of plant disease diagnosis. However, one of the major setbacks of most molecular diagnostic approaches is their inability to differentiate between dead and viable pathogens. We propose a . . . → Read More: Detection of mRNA by reverse-transcription PCR as an indicator of viability in Phytophthora ramorum
Application of High-Throughput DNA Sequencing in Phytopathology Annual Review of Phytopathology Vol. 49: 87-105 (Volume publication date September 2011) DOI: 10.1146/annurev-phyto-072910-095408 David J. Studholme, Rachel H. Glover, and Neil Boonham
A must-read review on Next-Generation Sequencing methods applied in Plant Pathology. Both Genomic and Transcriptomic aspects are treated, and the associated computational and bioinformatics . . . → Read More: Application of High-Throughput DNA Sequencing in Phytopathology
I just found this really interesting map, showing the world distribution of High-throughput Sequencers:
Next Generation Genomics: World Map of High-throughput Sequencers
The High-Throughput Sequencing Map site is developed and maintained by James Hadfield (Cancer Research UK, Cambridge) and Nick Loman (University of Birmingham).
For those interested in high-throughput sequencing of their preferred bug, this . . . → Read More: World Map of High-throughput Sequencers
hello. This quiet mid march sunday has been annoyed by awful spam messages coming from the feedback form. So I had to burst the addition of the reCAPTCHA control to the feedback form. I hope that users will accept this kind of messages check, which will protect their reputation and save the administrators mind.
. . . → Read More: work in progress [18 march 2012]
…born between the train tracks at Torino Porta Nuova railway station! Picture is blurry, sorry. S.
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