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Polymerase Chain Reaction Test Interpretation CE Article #1

1. PCR can be used to identify pathogens because it
2. PCR can identify pathogen genetic material through the
3. PCR works through
4. Reverse-transcriptase PCR refers to the use of a reverse-transcriptase enzyme to create
5. PCRs may be monitored for possible inhibition by using _______ PCR.
6. Multiplex PCR
7. Real-time PCR
8. Pathogen PCR tests can be complicated by
9. A positive PCR test result indicates
10. A negative PCR test result may indicate
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