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  1. RM Ratcliff et al. (2007), Molecular diagnosis of medical viruses. Curr Issues Mol Biol 9(2):87-102.
     
  2. G Pisani, F Marino, K Cristiano, GM Bisso, C Mele, F Luciani, M Wirz, G Gentili, National Collaborative Study Group (2007). Collaborative study for the calibration of HCV RNA, HBV DNA, and HIV RNA reference preparations against the relative international standard. Ann Ist Super Sanita 43(1):69-76.
     
  3. SR Pagliusi, J Dillner, M Pawlita, WG Quint, CH Wheeler, M Ferguson (2006). Chapter 23: International Standard reagents for harmonization of HPV serology and DNA assays-an update. Vaccine 24(Suppl 3):S193-S200.
     
  4. PA Bryant et al. (2004), Chips with everything: DNA microarrays in infectious diseases. Lancet Infect Dis 4(2):100-111.
     
  5. FL Kiechle et al. (2004), The –omics era and its impact. Arch Pathol Lab Med 128:1337-1345.
     
  6. S Yang & RE Rothman (2004), PCR-based diagnostics for infectious diseases: uses, limitations, and future applications in acute-care settings. Lancet Infec Dis 4:337-348.
     
  7. MA Pfaller (2001), Molecular approaches to diagnosing and managing infectious diseases: practicality and costs. Emerging Infectious Diseases 7(2):312-318.
     
  8. R Madej (2001), Using standards and controls in molecular assays for infectious diseases. Mol Diagn 6(4):335-345.
     
  9. AE Krafft & DA Kulesh (2001), Applying molecular biological techniques to de ting biological agents. Clin Lab Med 21(3):631-660.
     
  10. SA Sakallah (2000), Molecular diagnostics of infectious diseases: state of the technology. Biotechnol Annu Rev 6:141-161.
     
  11. JS Ross (1999), Economic, regulatory, and practice issues in molecular pathology and diagnostics. Am J Clin Pathol 112 (1 Suppl 1):S7-10.
     
  12. JS Dumler & A Valsamakis (1999), Molecular diagnostics for existing and emerging infections: complementary tools for a new era of clinical microbiology. Am J Clin Pathol 112(1 Suppl 1):S33-9.
     
 
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