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Genetic Diversity Among Different Isolates Of Pasteurella Multocida From Poultry

By: Arslan Sardar (2013-VA-282) | Dr. Imran Altaf.
Contributor(s): Prof. Dr. Aftab Ahmad Anjum | Dr. Sehrish Firyal.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 2015Description: 67p.Subject(s): Department of MicrobiologyDDC classification: 2315-T Dissertation note: Fowl cholera is an acute bacterial disease of broiler breeders and layer breeders caused by Pasteurella multocida. In the present study, 10 isolates from different areas of Punjab were purified. These samples were confirmed by API Kit. Different molecular techniques like PCR and RFLP were used to investigate variation at the molecular level among 10 isolates collected from different areas of Punjab. Different mutations were observed among 10 field isolates at different mutation sites by sequencing. Phylogentic tree was also made using MEGA6 software that supported the sequencing results. ‘Msp1’ endonuclease cleaved bacterial whole genome at different cutting sites, all 10 isolates collected from different districts of Punjab cleaved into 3 to 5 fragments ranging from 600 to 10000 base pairs which showed the genetic variation among 10 isolates of P.mulocida.
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Fowl cholera is an acute bacterial disease of broiler breeders and layer breeders caused by Pasteurella multocida. In the present study, 10 isolates from different areas of Punjab were purified. These samples were confirmed by API Kit. Different molecular techniques like PCR and RFLP were used to investigate variation at the molecular level among 10 isolates collected from different areas of Punjab. Different mutations were observed among 10 field isolates at different mutation sites by sequencing. Phylogentic tree was also made using MEGA6 software that supported the sequencing results. ‘Msp1’ endonuclease cleaved bacterial whole genome at different cutting sites, all 10 isolates collected from different districts of Punjab cleaved into 3 to 5 fragments ranging from 600 to 10000 base pairs which showed the genetic variation among 10 isolates of P.mulocida.

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