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Molecular typing of Salmonella from Sergipe, Northeastern Brazil, showing the epidemiological relationship between poultry and human infection
Genetics and Molecular Research
Randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) has been widely used for epidemiological and phylogenetic purposes owing to its rapidity and efficiency. The aim of this study was to perform genome typing of Salmonella samples isolated from different sources by RAPD profiling. Thirty-three Salmonella samples from the bacterial collection and two standard samples were used. RAPD profiling was conducted using six primers of the Ready-To-Go RAPD system. The amplified products were electrophoresed on 5%doi:10.4238/2015.september.25.6 pmid:26436380 fatcat:fuste522vfh35irsaxlr5s6tuy