A Development of Homolog Sequence of Eimeria tenella Partial Genome as a Probe for Molecular Diagnosis of Coccidiosis

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijbiotech.7409

S. Sumartono(1*)

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Abstract


The goal of the research was to develop a homolog sequence of Eimeria tenella partial genome as a molecular
probe for diagnose coccidiosis using dot blot method. A probe of homolog sequence of E.tenella partial genome
and a non radioactive label, dig-11-dUTP, were used for this research. Four concentrations of molecular probe
labeled with dig-11-dUTP, namely, 158,33 pg/μl, 52,25 pg/μl, 15,83 pg/μl and 5,225 pg/μl were tested to detect
0,6551 μg DNA target. The procedure of labeling and hybridization detection between DNA target with the
molecular probe labeled with dig-11-dUTP were carried out with Digh high prime DNA labeling and detection
starter Kit I. The conclusion of the research was that 52,25 pg/μl molecular probe or more which its sequence
GGCA CAGTATCCTCCTTCAGGGCAGGG CTCGCACTGGTCAAA CGCGG TAC CATT could detect DNA
target by dot blot method.
Keywords: coccidiosis, E. tenella genome, molecular probe, dot blot hybridization

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/ijbiotech.7409

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