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Detecting Techniques for Marine-derived Pathogens: Grouping and Summary
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Detecting Techniques for Marine-derived Pathogens: Grouping and Summary
Hwang, Byeong Hee; Cha, Hyung Joon;
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 Abstract
Marine-derived pathogens threat health and life of human and animals. Therefore, rapid and specific detection methods need to be developed. Here, we summarized various groups of detection methods, including conventional method, flow cytometry, nucleic acid-based method, and protein-based method. In addition, perspective of detection technique was discussed as a unified detection system for pathogens.
 Keywords
Detection technique;Marine pathogen;
 Language
Korean
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