Vol 36(2020) N 3 p. 46-56; DOI 10.21519/0234-2758-2020-36-3-46-56
K.A. Nikiforov1*, D.V. Utkin1, M.A. Makashova1, L.M. Kukleva1, G.A. Eroshenko1, V.V. Kutyrev1

Designing a system of multiplex PCR with hybridization-fluorescent registration of results, on solid substrate, for indication and identification Y. pestis strains

1FGHI «Russian Research Anti-Plague Institute «Microbe» of the Federal Service for Surveillance in the Sphere of Consumers Rights Protection and Human Welfare», 410005, Saratov

Received - 22.01.2020; Accepted - 21.05.2020


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