PCR

DEC PCR

1. S. Persson, K.E.P. Olsen, F. Scheutz, K.A. Krogfelt and P. Gerner-Smidt. A method for fast and simple detection of major diarrhoeagenic Escherichia coliin the routine diagnostic laboratory. Clin Microbiol Infect 2007; 13: 516-524

Dermatofyt PCR

1. N. Kondori, A.-L. Abrahomsson, N. Ataollahy and C. Wennerås. Comparison of a new commercial test, Dermatophyte-PCR kit, with conventional methods for rapid detection and identification of Trichophyton rubrum in nail specimens. Medical Mycology (2010), Early Online, 1-4.

2. A. Brillowska-Dabrowska, D. M. Saunte and Maiken Cavling Arendrup. Five-hour diagnosis of dermatophyte nail infection with specific detection of Trichophyton rubrum. Jour Clin Microbiol (2007) 1200-1204.  

3 .A. Brillowska-Dabrowska, S. S. Nielsen, H. V. Nielsen and M. C. Arendrup. Optimized 5-hour multiplex PCR test for the detection of tinea unguium: performance in a routine PCR laboratory. Medical Mycology 2010, 48, 828-831

4. Nisha Suyien Chandran, Jiun-Yit Pan,Zacharias AD Pramono, Hiok-Hee Tan and
Chew-Swee. Complementary role of a polymerase chain reaction test in the diagnosis of onychomycosis. Australasian Journal of Dermatology (2013) 54, 105–108