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David K Hayashi: Nucleic acids for detection of. Kraft Foods Holdings, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 21, 2008: US07439022 (1 worldwide citation)

Isolated nucleic acids and methods for detecting nucleic acid of Listeria in a test sample are provided. The isolated nucleic acids may be incorporated into polymerase chain reactions to provide for the rapid detection of Listeria in samples.


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Olga Petrauskene, Craig Cummings, Paolo Vatta, Robert Tebbs, Priya Balachandran, Patrick Zoder, Lily Wong: species in food and environmental samples, methods and compositions thereof, Detection of. LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION, Thompson Hine, January 17, 2017: US09546405

Embodiments of the disclosure relate to isolated nucleic acid sequences, methods of use thereof, and workflows for detection of several Listeria species in a sample, particularly in a food or environmental sample. Embodiments of the disclosure may also be used to detect one or more species or strain ...


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Daniel H Appella, Christopher Micklitsch: Cross-coupled peptide nucleic acids for detection of nucleic acids of pathogens. The United States of America represented by the Secretary Department of Health and Human Services, Leydig Voit & Mayer, October 13, 2015: US09156778

Disclosed is a method for lowering the detection limit in a method of detecting a nucleic acid comprising (i) contacting a solution comprising a first PNA with a substrate having a second PNA affixed thereto, the second PNA comprising at least one trans-cyclopentane residue, wherein the first PNA ha ...


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Vito G Del Vecchio, Louis E Blouse Jr, Ferne K McCleskey: Oligonucleotides and nucleic acids for detection of ureaplasma urealyticum. Research Corporation Technologies, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, March 17, 1998: US05728522

The present invention is directed to a rapid and sensitive method for detecting Ureaplasma urealyticum using U. urealyticum-specific probes and oligonucleotides. In particular a target sequence can be amplified by in vitro nucleic acid amplification techniques or directly detected by nucleic acid hy ...


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David K Hayashi: Nucleic acids for detection of Listeria. Kraft Foods Holdings, Fitch Even Tabin And Flannery, December 21, 2006: US20060286559-A1

Isolated nucleic acids and methods for detecting nucleic acid of Listeria in a test sample are provided. The isolated nucleic acids may be incorporated into polymerase chain reactions to provide for the rapid detection of Listeria in samples.


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Daniel H Appella, Christopher Micklitsch: Cross-Coupled Peptide Nucleic Acids for Detection of Nucleic Acids of Pathogens. May 3, 2012: US20120107794-A1

The present invention concerns methods for detecting a nucleic acid comprising (i) contacting a solution comprising a first PNA having a first cross-reactive functional group with a substrate having a second PNA affixed thereto, the second PNA having a second first cross-reactive functional group, w ...


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Saul Allan, Cloonan Nicole, Martin Laura B: Plasmodium aldolase polypeptides and nucleic acids. The Council Of The Queensland Institute Of Medical Research, Saul Allan, Cloonan Nicole, Martin Laura B, FISHER ADAMS KELLY, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/048188

The present invention provides isolated fructose 1,6-bisphosphate aldolase proteins and isolated nucleic acids encoding said proteins from Plasmodium species other than P. falciparum and P. berghei. In particular, isolated 1,6-bisphosphate aldolase proteins and isolated nucleic acids respectively is ...


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Delvecchio Vito G, Blouse Louis E Jr, Mccleskey Ferne K: Oligonucleotides and nucleic acids for detection of ureaplasma urealyticum. Research Corporation Technologies, SCOTT Anthony C, November 11, 1993: WO/1993/022459

The present invention is directed to a rapid and sensitive method for detecting $i(Ureaplasma urealyticum) using $i(U. urealyticum)-specific probes and oligonucleotides. In particular a target sequence can be amplified by $i(in vitro) nucleic acid amplification techniques or directly detected by nuc ...


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Delvecchio Vito G, Blouse Louis E Jr, Mccleskey Ferne K: Oligonucleotides and nucleic acids for detection of ureaplasma urealyticum.. Res Corp Technologies, February 22, 1995: EP0639230-A1

The present invention is directed to a rapid and sensitive method for detecting Ureaplasma urealyticum using U. urealyticum-specific probes and oligonucleotides. In particular a target sequence can be amplified by in vitro nucleic acid amplification techniques or directly detected by nucleic acid hy ...


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Daniel H Appella, Christopher Micklitsch: Cross-coupled peptide nucleic acids for detection of nucleic acids of pathogens. December 20, 2012: US20120322053-A1

The present invention concerns methods for detecting a nucleic acid comprising (i) contacting a solution comprising a first PNA having a first cross-reactive functional group with a substrate having a second PNA affixed thereto, the second PNA having a second first cross-reactive functional group, w ...



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