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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


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 more


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

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