Published in Physician Law Weekly, June 2nd, 2004
"This study evaluated two nonradioactive DNA probe procedures for the detection and enumeration of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in crabmeat by comparing counts obtained by direct plating and by most probable number (MPN) procedures. The nonradioactive probes evaluated were an alkaline phosphatase-labeled thermolabile direct hemolysin (AP-tlh) and a digoxigenin-labeled thermostable direct hemolysin (DG-tdh) for detection and enumeration of total and pathogenic V. parahaemolyticus, respectively," investigators in the United States...
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