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CLSI MM11

Molecular Methods for Bacterial Strain Typing, 1st Edition

This guideline examines the biology behind molecular strain typing and the process of characterizing and validating typing systems. The prevalent methods are described with particular attention to pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) and multilocus sequence typing (MLST).

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Chairholder: Robert D. Arbeit, MD

Date of Publication: April 16, 2007

Order Code PDF: CLSI MM11AE
ISBN Number: 1-56238-634-4

Order Code Print: print not available

Edition: First

Pages: 84

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This archived document is no longer being reviewed through the CLSI Consensus Document Development Process. However, this document is technically valid as of January 2017. Because of its value to the laboratory community, it is being retained in CLSI’s library.

CLSI MM11 Abstract

MM11-A | Molecular Methods for Bacterial Strain Typing, 1st Edition This guideline examines the biology behind molecular strain typing and the process of characterizing and validating typing systems. The prevalent methods are described with particular attention to pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) and multilocus sequence typing (MLST). This document is no longer being reviewed as part of our consensus process. However, because of its usefulness to a limited segment of the healthcare community, we are continuing to make the document available for its informational content. Chairholder: Robert D. Arbeit, MD Organization: Paratek Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Date of Publication: 04/16/2007 ISBN Number: 1-56238-634-4 Format: Approved Guideline Edition: First Edition Pages: 84 Preview Sample Pages Nonmember Price: $140.00 Membership discount will be applied at checkout. This document is available in electronic format only.