Capture antibody targeted fluorescencein situhybridization (CAT-FISH): Dual labeling allows for increased specificity in complex samples

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Microbiological Methods, Available online 22 December 2011 Joyce M. Stroot, Kelly M. Leach, Peter G. Stroot, Daniel V. Lim Pathogen detection using biosensors is commonly limited due to the need for sensitivity and specificity in detecting targets within mixed populations. These issues were addressed through development of a dual labeling method that allows for both liquid-phase fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and capture antibody targeted detection (CAT-FISH). CAT-FISH was developed using E

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Microbiological Methods, Available online 22 December 2011 Joyce M. Stroot, Kelly M. Leach, Peter G. Stroot, Daniel V. Lim Pathogen detection using biosensors is commonly limited due to the need for sensitivity and specificity in detecting targets within mixed populations. These issues were addressed through development of a dual labeling method that allows for both liquid-phase fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and capture antibody targeted detection (CAT-FISH). CAT-FISH was developed using E

Original post:
Capture antibody targeted fluorescencein situhybridization (CAT-FISH): Dual labeling allows for increased specificity in complex samples