Molecular methods in Diagnosis

Molecular methods in Diagnosis The introduction of molecular methods will not only depend on their performance for each individual microorganism, but also on the clinical relevance of the diagnostic question asked, the prevalence of the clinical problem and whether the new methods are added to the procedures in use or will replace them .Molecular diagnosis is most appropriate for infectious agents that are difficult to detect, identify, or test for susceptibility in a timely fashion with conventional methods.

Strategies concerning the use of molecular diagnostic techniques for the diagnosis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Chlamydia trachomatis, meningo-encephalitis syndrome and respiratory infections , are need of the time.

Molecular methods are revolutionizing The use of molecular biology techniques, such as nucleic acid probing and amplification, provides the potential for revolutionizing how we diagnose infecting pathogens and determining the relation between nosocomial isolates. 

Diagnostic microbiology changing from phenotypic methods to Molecular methods

Molecular methods are necessary if the traditional methods provide poor results.

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