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標題: An improved PCR primer pair based on 16S rDNA for the specific detection of Salmonella serovars in food samples
作者: Lin, C.K.
Hung, C.L.
Hsu, S.C.
Tsai, C.C.
Tsen, H.Y.
關鍵字: polymerase-chain-reaction
ribosomal-rna genes
escherichia-coli
clinical-samples
identification
sequence
microorganisms
poultry
system
probes
期刊/報告no:: Journal of Food Protection, Volume 67, Issue 7, Page(s) 1335-1343.
摘要: Salmonella serovars are some of the major bacterial pathogens that can cause sporadic cases and outbreaks of foodborne illness. Based on the sequence data in the V3 region of the 16S rRNA gene, two PCR primer pairs have been designed for the detection of all serovars of Salmonella. However, none of these primers were specific for Salmonella because complete sequence homology with certain non-Salmonella strains has been found within each of them. Thus, the specificities of these two primer pairs could not rely on only one of the two primers. In this study, we modified our previous 16SFI primer by extending one base at the 5' end and three bases at the 3' end. The modified primer, 16S-Sal, was designed with one or more mismatched bases near the 3' end of the primer annealing to the corresponding sequences of non-Salmonella strains. Such modification eliminates interference from Citrobacter freundii and Enterobacter cloacae as occurs with the 16SFI primer. When 16S-Sal and a degenerate primer, 16S-CCR, were used as a primer pair, detection specificity of Salmonella serovars was achieved. Because this primer pair was used for PCR detection of the salmonellae in food samples, such as whole milk and chicken meat, as low as 1 to 9 CFU/g (ml) of the food sample could be detected when a 8-h preculture step was performed prior to the PCR. For chicken meat, the endogenous microflora did not interfere with the PCR results.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/69963
ISSN: 0362-028X
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