Novel Isothermal Amplification Technology
for Identifying Plant Pathogens
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This presentation will give an overview of a novel isothermal amplification technology, DNAble, used for identifying plant pathogens. It describes how DNAble compares to other test platforms currently available and provides an overview of the amplification reaction and assay procedure. Lastly, information will be discussed regarding the first commercial DNAble assay available for detecting Cmm in tomato tissue.
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