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PCR. (A) In the first cycle, a doublestranded DNA target sequence is used as a template. (B) These two strands are separated by heat denaturation, and the synthetic oligonucleotide primers (solid bars) anneal to their respective recognition sequences in the 5' → 3' orientation. Note that the 3' ends of the primers are facing each other. (C) A thermostable DNA polymerase initiates synthesis at the 3' ends of the primers. Extension of the primer via DNA synthesis results in new primer-binding sites. The net result after one round of synthesis is two “ragged” copies of the original target DNA molecule. (D) In the second cycle, each of the four DNA strands in panel C anneals to primers (present in excess) to initiate a new round of DNA synthesis. Of the eight single-stranded products, two are of a length defined by the distance between and including the primer-annealing sites; these “short products” accumulate exponentially in subsequent cycles. (Reprinted from Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 7th ed., ©1999 ASM Press, with permission.)

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bDNA-based signal amplification. Target nucleic acid is released by disruption and is captured onto a solid surface via multiple contiguous capture probes. Contiguous extended probes hybridize with adjacent target sequences and contain additional sequences homologous to the branched amplification multimer. Enzyme-labeled oligonucleotides bind to the bDNA by homologus base pairing, and the enzyme-probe complex is measured by detection of chemiluminescence. All hybridization reactions occur simultaneously. (Reprinted from Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 7th ed., ©1999 ASM Press, with permission.)

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Left disk, optochin; right disk, oxacillin.

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