Detection in Molecular Biology
For routine experimental tests, detection kits can save time. Whether you are testing for contamination or leakage from previous experiments, most involve extracting a target molecule followed by an electrophoresis test to identify whether the speices or contaminant at hand is within the sample. In addition to this, some kits utilize proteins to identify the presence of an organism, using color changes or chemiluminescence methods for quantification.
See Pathogen Detection for viroids, E. coli, and other microbial contaminants.
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