Novel PCR-ELISA Technique as a Good Substitute in Molecular Assay
Due to the spread of infectious diseases, the existence of a rapid and sensitive
detection method is necessary today. Polymerase chain reaction-enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (PCR-ELISA) is a simple manner for detection of microorganism. For example, bacteria, viruses, fungi and others based on nucleic acid
sequence. A large number of samples can be screened by this technique simultaneously, so it is not time consuming and is a quick manner. The high sensitivity and specificity of PCR-ELISA make it a powerful technique by simple laboratory
facilities. As a result it can be an excellent substituted manner for analysis and
detection in different various fields.
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