User: logust79

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Comment: C: Primer design using Bioinformatics tools.
... This is what I think. Say you want to look at gene x in A..E different species. I would do alignment of x from A..E, and look for several highly conserved regions. These regions have to cover all the variants of x from A..E. This is the fun part. Because you need two primers for PCR, and the conser ...
written 5.3 years ago by logust7920
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Comment: C: Primer design using Bioinformatics tools.
... I think what he needs are primers that would anneal to different templates with comparable fidelity. Primer3 to my knowledge does not provide such options. My thought is to design several pairs of primers (as few as possible) to cover all the genomes of interest. There should also be some level of r ...
written 5.3 years ago by logust7920
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Comment: C: Are there any Bacterial Drug Resistance Databases
... Not duplicate. As I said I am aware of 'Comprehensive Antibiotic Resistance Database'. It is not what I need as far as I know. I need something on the strain/genome level. ...
written 5.4 years ago by logust7920
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Are there any Bacterial Drug Resistance Databases
... Hello, I'm here to ask whether there's a good bacterial strain drug resistance database available? I know the existence of 'The Comprehensive Antibiotic Resistance Database'. However it put too much focus on genes, rather on a genome/strain level. What I want is: I search 'Escherichia coli Oxxx:Hxx ...
drug resistance database written 5.4 years ago by logust7920 • updated 4.4 years ago by saurav.saha0

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