Aantibiotic resistance genes(ARGs) is a class of genes that can make bacteria have antibiotic resistance. They are widely distributed in soil, sewage and other environments, and can migrate among bacterial flora through gene horizontal transfer. ARGs is persistent and harmful in the environment, which has become an important issue in the new type of environmental pollution.

Zoonbio uses high-throughput fluorescence quantitative PCR technology to detect the expression profile of resistance genes in the environment and analyze the level of resistance genes in the environment.

service process

1.extract DNA
2.testing DNA
3.qPCR analysis

sample requirements

1.Soil samples ≥ 200 mg, fecal samples ≥ 100 mg and sludge/sediment samples 5-10 g.
(1)Fresh samples are transported at room temperature.
(2)Freeze samples, dry ice transport, avoid repeated freezing and thawing.

2.Microbial DNA samples ≥ 2ug, concentration ≥ 300 ng/ul were transported at 4 ℃.

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reliable data

The experiment is operated strictly according to SOP to ensure the quality is controllable.

advanced technology

High-throughput real-time fluorescence quantitative PCR system was used, and up to 380 resistance genes could be detected simultaneously, and their expression in one sample could be detected.

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