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- Hufnagl, Peter, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Food chemistry 2019 v.272 pp. 354-361
- DNA barcoding; adulterated products; hybridization probes; mammals; meat; mitochondria; models; muscles; poultry; ribosomal DNA; sausages
- ... Meat products are prone to adulteration by the replacement of meat from more expensive animal species with meat from cheaper sources. We present a DNA metabarcoding method allowing the identification and differentiation of 15 mammalian and six poultry species in foodstuffs. The method, developed on the MiSeq® platform, targets a mitochondrial 16S rDNA region recently found to be suitable for the d ...
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- Parasites & vectors 2014 v.7 no.1 pp. 226
- Anopheles maculipennis; Dirofilaria repens; animals; geographical distribution; human diseases; parasites; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; screening; trapping; villages; Austria
- ... BACKGROUND: In Europe animal and human infections due to Dirofilaria repens are increasing. FINDINGS: In a nationwide screening for filarioid parasites in Austria, 7,632 mosquitoes were collected from June till October 2012 and divided into 437 pools according to same trapping date and sight and mosquito species. For the molecular detection, a real-time PCR approach was followed by conventional PC ...
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- Environmental pollution 2015 v.206 pp. 342-351
- DNA; agricultural soils; aminoglycosides; antibiotic resistance; biotechnology; confidence interval; corn; ecosystems; genes; genetic markers; genetically modified organisms; pollutants; potatoes; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; rendering; soil bacteria; Austria
- ... Antibiotic resistance genes may be considered as environmental pollutants if anthropogenic emission and manipulations increase their prevalence above usually occurring background levels. The prevalence of aph(3′)-IIa/nptII and aph(3′)-IIIa/nptIII – frequent marker genes in plant biotechnology conferring resistance to certain aminoglycosides – was determined in Austrian soils from 100 maize and pot ...