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Detection of gastrointestinal nematodes (GIN) as both a qualitative and quantitative test is highly desirable. Methods such as multiplex and qPCR are capable of providing such results, but can be laborious and expensive. This paper presents a rapid, low-cost method of preparing GIN egg from faecal samples that produces DNA suitable for PCR analysis. We also describe a set of primers that are suitable for single-tube multiplex PCR

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Collaborative partnerships are a vital part of what we do.  The team at The University of Melbourne Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences & School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences have released this press release...read more

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Jason Q.D. Goodger, Samiddhi L. Senaratne, Phillip van der Peetb, Rhys Browning, Spencer J. Williams, Dean Nicolle, Ian E. Woodrow...read their work