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Title: Applications of flow cytometry to mycoplasmology
Authors: Assunção, Patricia
Rosales, Ruben S. 
Antunes, Nuno T.
De La Fe, Christian
Poveda, Jose B. 
Keywords: Continuous Cell-Lines
Microbiology
Gallisepticum
Infections
Bacteria
Growth
Quantification
Identification
Superantigen
Pathogenesis
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: 1093-9946
Journal: Frontiers in Bioscience - Landmark 
Abstract: Flow cytometry has become a valuable tool in different fields of microbiology, such as clinical microbiology, aquatic and environmental microbiology, food microbiology, and biotechnology. It combines direct and rapid assays to determine numbers, biochemical and physiological characteristics of individual cells, revealing the heterogeneity present in a population. This review focuses on the applications of flow cytometry to the field of mycoplasmology. It tries to give a scope of the important breakthroughs which occurred in this field in the last decades, and in the advantages of introducing flow cytometry in research and routine diagnostic procedures of mycoplasmas.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/51328
ISSN: 1093-9946
DOI: 10.2741/2091
Source: Frontiers In Bioscience-Landmark[ISSN 1093-9946],v. 12, p. 664-672
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