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    1. Sturegard, E; Sjunnesson, H; Nilsson, HO; Andersson, R; Areskoug, C; Wadstrom, T
      Infection with cagA- and vacA-positive and -negative strains of Helicobacter pylori in a mouse model

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Waltimo, TMT; Dassanayake, RS; Orstavik, D; Haapasalo, MPP; Samaranayake, LP
      Phenotypes and randomly amplified polymorphic DNA profiles of Candida albicans isolates from root canal infections in a Finnish population

      ORAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    3. Martinez, I; Friis, TJ; Seppola, M
      Requirements for the application of protein sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and randomly amplified polymorphic DNA analysesto product speciation

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    4. Rivas, R; Velazquez, E; Valverde, A; Mateos, PF; Martinez-Molina, E
      A two primers random amplified polymorphic DNA procedure to obtain polymerase chain reaction fingerprints of bacterial species

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    5. Martinez-Diaz, RA; Escario, JA; Nogal-Ruiz, JJ; Gomez-Barrio, A
      Relationship between biological behaviour and randomly amplified polymorphic DNA profiles of Trypanosoma cruzi strains

      MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ
    6. Matsui, K; Mano, Y; Taketa, S; Kawada, N; Komatsuda, T
      Molecular mapping of a fertility restoration locus (Rfm1) for cytoplasmic male sterility in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    7. Eppley, SM
      Gender-specific selection during early life history stages in the dioecious grass Distichlis spicata

      ECOLOGY
    8. Abaidoo, RC; Keyser, HH; Singleton, PW; Borthakur, D
      Bradyrhizobium spp. (TGx) isolates nodulating the new soybean cultivars inAfrica are diverse and distinct from bradyrhizobia that nodulate North American soybeans

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Ling, CL; Joss, AWL; Davidson, MM; Ho-Yen, DO
      Identification of different Borrelia burgdorferi genomic groups from Scottish ticks

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY-MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY
    10. Chansiripornchai, N; Ramasoota, P; Bangtrakulnonth, A; Sasipreeyajan, J; Svenson, SB
      Application of randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis for typing Avian Salmonella enterica. subsp enterica

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Dassanayake, RS; Samaranayake, LP
      Characterization of the genetic diversity in superficial and systemic human isolates of Candida parapsilosis by randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD)

      APMIS
    12. Park, YH; Sensoy, S; Wye, C; Antonise, R; Peleman, J; Havey, MJ
      A genetic map of cucumber composed of RAPDs, RFLPs, AFLPs, and loci conditioning resistance to papaya ringspot and zucchini yellow mosaic viruses

      GENOME
    13. Kaitwatcharachai, C; Silpapojakul, K; Jitsurong, S; Kalnauwakul, S
      An outbreak of Burkholderia cepacia bacteremia in hemodialysis patients: An epidemiologic and molecular study

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KIDNEY DISEASES
    14. Matte-Tailliez, O; Tenenhaus, M; Tailliez, P
      The contribution of data analysis in the study of Lactococcus lactis biodiversity.

      SCIENCES DES ALIMENTS
    15. Badenes, ML; Hurtado, MA; Sanz, F; Archelos, DM; Burgos, L; Egea, J; Llacer, G
      Searching for molecular markers linked to male sterility and self-compatibility in apricot

      PLANT BREEDING
    16. Christ, SA; Silbiger, RN; Garg, M; Franson, SE; Toth, GP
      Quality assurance considerations for use of the Fluorlmager SI (R) and FragmeNT Analysis software

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    17. Eneroth, A; Ahrne, S; Molin, G
      Contamination of milk with Gram-negative spoilage bacteria during filling of retail containers

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Deng, MQ; Lam, KM; Cliver, DO
      Immunomagnetic separation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts using MACS MicroBeads and high gradient separation columns

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    19. Madeira, PT; Jacono, CC; Van, TK
      Monitoring hydrilla using two RAPD procedures and the nonindigenous aquatic species database

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    20. Mondragon-Jacobo, C; Doudareva, N; Bordelon, BP
      DNA extraction from several cacti

      HORTSCIENCE
    21. Schmidt, O
      Molecular methods for the characterization and identification of the dry rot fungus Serpula lacrymans

      HOLZFORSCHUNG
    22. Park, SO; Coyne, DP; Jung, G; Skroch, PW; Arnaud-Santana, E; Steadman, JR; Ariyarathne, HM; Nienhuis, J
      Mapping of QTL for seed size and shape traits in common bean

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    23. Cagigas, ME; Vazquez, E; Blanco, G; Sanchez, JA
      Combined assessment of genetic variability in populations of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) based on allozymes, microsatellites, and RAPD markers

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    24. Mei, MH; Chen, L; Zhang, ZH; Li, ZY; Xu, CG; Zhang, QF
      pms3 is the locus causing the original photoperiod- sensitive male sterility mutation of 'Nongken 58S'

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    25. Roy, D; Ward, P; Vincent, D
      Strain identification of probiotic Lactobacillus casei-related isolates with randomly amplified polymorphic DNA and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis methods

      BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES
    26. Wang, Y; Chen, J; Lu, J; Lamikanra, O
      Randomly amplified polymorphic DNA analysis of Vitis species and Florida bunch grapes

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    27. Nxomani, C; Ribbink, AJ; Kirby, R
      DNA profiling of Tilapia guinasana, a species endemic to a single sinkhole, to determine the genetic divergence between color forms

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    28. Meyer, W; Marszewska, K; Amirmostofian, M; Igreja, RP; Hardtke, C; Methling, K; Viviani, MA; Chindamporn, A; Sukroongreung, S; John, MA; Ellis, DH; Sorrell, TC
      Molecular typing of global isolates of Cryptococcus neoformans var. neoformans by polymerase chain reaction fingerprinting and randomly amplified polymorphic DNA - a pilot study to standardize techniques on which to base a detailed epidemiological survey

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    29. Richner, S; Meiring, J; Kirby, R
      DNA profiling of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from the Eastern Cape Provinceof South Africa and the detection of a high level of genetic diversity

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    30. de Castro, AM; Araujo, TCD; Jesuino, RSA; Soares, CMD; Ostermayer, AL
      Genetic polymorphism among six Trypanosoma cruzi stocks isolated from chronic Chagasic patients

      MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ
    31. Noguchi, S; Tajima, T; Yamamoto, Y; Ohno, T; Kubo, T
      Deletion of a large genomic segment in tobacco varieties that are resistant to potato virus Y (PVY)

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    32. Jones, CS; Noble, LR; Ouma, J; Kariuki, HC; Mimpfoundi, R; Brown, DS; Rollinson, D
      Molecular identification of schistosome intermediate hosts: case studies of Bulinus forskalii group species (Gastropoda : Planorbidae) from Central and East Africa

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    33. Furnier, GR; Stolz, AM; Mustaphi, RM; Ostry, ME
      Genetic evidence that butternut canker was recently introduced into North America

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    34. Dane, F; Hawkins, LK; Huang, HW
      Genetic variation and population structure of Castanea pumila var. ozarkensis

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    35. THEODORAKIS CW; BICKHAM JW; ELBL T; SHUGART LR; CHESSER RK
      GENETICS OF RADIONUCLIDE-CONTAMINATED MOSQUITOFISH POPULATIONS AND HOMOLOGY BETWEEN GAMBUSIA-AFFINIS AND G. HOLBROOKI

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    36. Tailliez, P; Tremblay, J; Ehrlich, SD; Chopin, A
      Molecular diversity and relationship within Lactococcus lactis, as revealed by randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD)

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    37. FOOLAD MR; CHEN FQ
      RAPD MARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH SALT TOLERANCE IN AN INTERSPECIFIC CROSSOF TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM X L-PENNELLII)

      Plant cell reports
    38. TALON D; MULIN B; THOUVEREZ M
      CLONAL IDENTIFICATION OF AEROMONAS-HYDROPHILA STRAINS USING RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA ANALYSIS

      European journal of epidemiology
    39. FRANCIOSA G; POURSHABAN M; GIANFRANCESCHI M; AURELI P
      GENETIC TYPING OF HUMAN AND FOOD ISOLATES OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES FROM EPISODES OF LISTERIOSIS

      European journal of epidemiology
    40. ZAPPAROLI G; TORRIANI S; DELLAGLIO F
      DIFFERENTIATION OF LACTOBACILLUS-SANFRANCISCENSIS STRAINS BY RANDOMLYAMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA AND PULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    41. STADELMANN FJ; BOLLER B; SPANGENBERG G; KOLLIKER R; MESSERLI M; WANG ZY; NOSBERGER J
      FERTILITY AND GROWTH IN THE FIELD OF LOLIUM-PERENNE AND FESTUCA-RUBRAPLANTS REGENERATED FROM SUSPENSION-CULTURED CELLS AND PROTOPLASTS

      Plant breeding
    42. MURTA SMF; GAZZINELLI RT; BRENER Z; ROMANHA AJ
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF SUSCEPTIBLE AND NATURALLY RESISTANT STRAINS OF TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI TO BENZNIDAZOLE AND NIFURTIMOX

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    43. STRUELENS MJ
      MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGIC TYPING SYSTEMS OF BACTERIAL PATHOGENS - CURRENT ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES

      Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
    44. BOYD ML; CARRIS LM; GRAY PM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF TILLETIA-GOLOSKOKOVII AND ALLIED SPECIES

      Mycologia
    45. KOCH DA; DUNCAN GA; PARSONS TJ; PRUESS KP; POWERS TO
      EFFECTS OF PRESERVATION METHODS, PARASITES, AND GUT CONTENTS OF BLACKFLIES (DIPTERA, SIMULIIDAE) ON POLYMERASE-CHAIN-REACTION PRODUCTS

      Journal of medical entomology
    46. DEVERNO LL; SMITH GA; HARRISON KJ
      RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA EVIDENCE OF INTROGRESSION IN 2 CLOSELY-RELATED SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF CONIFEROPHAGOUS CHORISTONEURA (LEPIDOPTERA, TORTRICIDAE) IN ATLANTIC CANADA

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    47. GRAHAM J; SQUIRE GR; MARSHALL B; HARRISON RE
      SPATIALLY DEPENDENT GENETIC DIVERSITY WITHIN AND BETWEEN COLONIES OF WILD RASPBERRY RUBUS-IDAEUS DETECTED USING RAPD MARKERS

      Molecular ecology
    48. HILTON AC; MORTIBOY D; BANKS JG; PENN CW
      RAPD ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL, FOOD AND CLINICAL ISOLATES OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    49. GILLINGS M; HOLLEY M
      AMPLIFICATION OF ANONYMOUS DNA FRAGMENTS USING PAIRS OF LONG PRIMERS GENERATES REPRODUCIBLE DNA FINGERPRINTS THAT ARE SENSITIVE TO GENETIC-VARIATION

      Electrophoresis
    50. SCOTT LJ; GRAHAM GC; HANNANJONES M; YEATES DK
      DNA PROFILING RESOLVES THE LIMITED IMPORTANCE OF FLOWER COLOR IN DEFINING VARIETIES OF LANTANA-CAMARA

      Electrophoresis
    51. DAMATO ME; CORACH D
      REPETITIVE DNA-SEQUENCES AS AN INSIGHT INTO AEGLIDAE (CRUSTACEA, ANOMURA) EVOLUTION

      Electrophoresis
    52. SHANKARANARAYANAN P; BANERJEE M; KACKER RK; AGGARWAL RK; SINGH L
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN ASIATIC LIONS AND INDIAN TIGERS

      Electrophoresis
    53. GEHRIG HH; ROSICKE H; KLUGE M
      DETECTION OF DNA POLYMORPHISMS IN THE GENUS KALANCHOE BY RAPD-PCR FINGERPRINT AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS TO INFRAGENERIC TAXONOMIC POSITION AND ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL PHOTOSYNTHETIC BEHAVIOR OF THE SPECIES

      PLANT SCIENCE
    54. FERNANDES CD; MURTA SMF; CERAVOLO IP; KRUG LP; VIDIGAL PG; STEINDEL M; NARDI N; ROMANHA AJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI STRAINS ISOLATED FROM CHRONIC CHAGASIC PATIENTS, TRIATOMINES AND OPOSSUMS NATURALLY INFECTED FROM THESTATE OF RIO-GRANDE-DO-SUL, BRAZIL

      Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
    55. PINTO PM; BRITO CFA; PASSOS LKJ; TENDLER M; SIMPSON AJG
      CONTRASTING GENOMIC VARIABILITY BETWEEN CLONES FROM FIELD ISOLATES AND LABORATORY POPULATIONS OF SCHISTOSOMA-MANSONI

      Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
    56. SUH HS; SATO YI; MORISHIMA H
      GENETIC-CHARACTERIZATION OF WEEDY RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA L) BASED ON MORPHOPHYSIOLOGY, ISOZYMES AND RAPD MARKERS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    57. CARPUTO D; BARONE A; CARDI T; SEBASTIANO A; FRUSCIANTE L; PELOQUIN SJ
      ENDOSPERM BALANCE NUMBER MANIPULATION FOR DIRECT IN-VIVO GERMPLASM INTROGRESSION TO POTATO FROM A SEXUALLY ISOLATED RELATIVE (SOLANUM-COMMERSONII DUN.)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    58. WACHIRA FN; POWELL W; WAUGH R
      AN ASSESSMENT OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG CAMELLIA-SINENSIS L (CULTIVATED TEA) AND ITS WILD RELATIVES BASED ON RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA AND ORGANELLE-SPECIFIC STS

      Heredity
    59. SCHREIBER DE; GARNER KJ; SLAVICEK JM
      IDENTIFICATION OF 3 RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA-POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION MARKERS FOR DISTINGUISHING ASIAN AND NORTH-AMERICAN GYPSY MOTHS (LEPIDOPTERA, LYMANTRIIDAE)

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    60. GADKAR V; ADHOLEYA A; SATYANARAYANA T
      RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA USING THE M13 CORE SEQUENCE OF THEVESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI GIGASPORA-MARGARITA AND GIGASPORA-GIGANTEA

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    61. DEGUZMAN LI; RINDERER TE; STELZER JA
      DNA EVIDENCE OF THE ORIGIN OF VARROA-JACOBSONI OUDEMANS IN THE AMERICA

      Biochemical genetics
    62. JUNG G; SKROCH PW; COYNE DP; NIENHUIS J; ARNAUDSANTANA E; ARIYARATHNE HM; KAEPPLER SM; BASSETT MJ
      MOLECULAR-MARKER-BASED GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF TEPARY BEAN-DERIVED COMMONBACTERIAL-BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF COMMON BEAN

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    63. HARRISON RE; LUBY JJ; FURNIER GR; HANCOCK JF
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR VARIATION AMONG POPULATIONS OF OCTOPLOID FRAGARIA-VIRGINIANA AND FRAGARIA-CHILOENSIS (ROSACEAE) FROM NORTH-AMERICA

      American journal of botany
    64. MOISSENET D; VALCIN M; MARCHAND V; GRIMPREL E; BEGUE P; GARBARGCHENON A; VUTHIEN H
      COMPARATIVE DNA ANALYSIS OF BORDETELLA-PERTUSSIS CLINICAL ISOLATES BYPULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS, RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHISM DNA, AND ERIC POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      FEMS microbiology letters
    65. JAYARAO BM; GILLESPIE BE; OLIVER SP
      APPLICATION OF RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA-FINGERPRINTING FOR SPECIES IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM BOVINE-MILK

      Journal of food protection
    66. MARSHALL DG; CHUA A; KEELING PWN; SULLIVAN DJ; COLEMAN DC; SMYTH CJ
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI POPULATIONS IN ANTRAL BIOPSIES FROM INDIVIDUAL PATIENTS USING RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA (RAPD) FINGERPRINTING

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    67. PRINCE JP; LACKNEY VK; ANGELES C; BLAUTH JR; KYLE MM
      A SURVEY OF DNA POLYMORPHISM WITHIN THE GENUS CAPSICUM AND THE FINGERPRINTING OF PEPPER CULTIVARS

      Genome
    68. POOLER MR; SCORZA R
      ABERRANT TRANSMISSION OF RAPD MARKERS IN HAPLOIDS, DOUBLED HAPLOIDS, AND F1 HYBRIDS OF PEACH - OBSERVATIONS AND SPECULATION ON CAUSES

      Scientia horticulturae
    69. ROM M; BAR M; ROM A; PILOWSKY M; GIDONI D
      PURITY CONTROL OF F-1-HYBRID TOMATO CULTIVARS BY RAPD MARKERS

      Plant breeding
    70. GARCIA DK; BENZIE JAH
      RAPD MARKERS OF POTENTIAL USE IN PENAEID PRAWN (PENAEUS-MONODON) BREEDING PROGRAMS

      Aquaculture
    71. SALENTIJN EMJ; ARENSDEREUVER MJB; LANGE W; STIEKEMA WJ; KLEINLANKHORST RM
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RAPD-BASED MARKERS LINKED TO THE BEET CYST-NEMATODE RESISTANCE LOCUST HS1(PAT-1) ON CHROMOSOME-1 OF B-PATELLARIS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    72. HECKEL DG; GAHAN LJ; TABASHNIK BE; JOHNSON MW
      RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA DIFFERENCES BETWEEN STRAINS OF DIAMONDBACK MOTH (LEPIDOPTERA, PLUTELLIDAE) SUSCEPTIBLE OR RESISTANT TO BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    73. STEINDEL M; NETO ED; PINTO CJC; GRISARD EC; MENEZES CLP; MURTA SMF; SIMPSON AJG; ROMANHA AJ
      RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA (RAPD) AND ISOENZYME ANALYSIS OF TRYPANOSOMA-RANGELI STRAINS

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    74. MURPHY NB; PELLE R
      THE USE OF ARBITRARY PRIMERS AND THE RADES METHOD FOR THE RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED GENES IN TRYPANOSOMES

      Gene
    75. WANG ZY; LEGRIS G; NAGEL J; POTRYKUS I; SPANGENBERG G
      CRYOPRESERVATION OF EMBRYOGENIC-CELL SUSPENSIONS IN FESTUCA AND LOLIUM SPECIES

      PLANT SCIENCE
    76. ISHIMARU CA; LAPITAN NLV; VANBUREN A; FENWICK A; PEDAS K
      IDENTIFICATION OF PARENTS SUITABLE FOR MOLECULAR MAPPING OF IMMUNITY AND RESISTANCE GENES IN SOLANUM SPECIES

      American potato journal
    77. BOHM M; LOW R; HAAGKERWER A; LUTTGE U; RAUSCH T
      EVALUATION OF COMPARATIVE DNA AMPLIFICATION FINGERPRINTING FOR RAPID SPECIES IDENTIFICATION WITHIN THE GENUS CLUSIA

      Botanica acta
    78. MCCOY TJ; ECHT CS
      POTENTIAL OF TRISPECIES BRIDGE CROSSES AND RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA MARKERS FOR INTROGRESSION OF MEDICAGO-DAGHESTANICA AND M-PIRONAE GERMPLASM INTO ALFALFA (M-SATIVA)

      Genome
    79. AZNAR R; LUDWIG W; SCHLEIFER KH
      RIBOTYPING AND RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA ANALYSIS OF VIBRIO-VULNIFICUS BIOTYPES

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    80. WANG ZY; NAGEL J; POTRYKUS I; SPANGENBERG G
      PLANTS FROM CELL SUSPENSION-DERIVED PROTOPLASTS IN LOLIUM SPECIES

      PLANT SCIENCE


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