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 1 · Trans-European study on the implementation of novel water testing methodologies to assess the safety of irrigation water 

CM Burgess1, B Machado-Moreira1,2, R O’Malley1, K Richards3, R Santos4, S Monteiro4, A Rajkovic5, N Smigic5, L Avery6, E Pagaling6, S Pedley7, A Lopez-Aviles7, M Byrne8 and A Martinez-Murcia9
 (1) Teagasc Food Research Centre, Ashtown, Ireland, (2) National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, (3) Teagasc Johnstown Castle, Ireland, (4) Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal, (5) University of Belgrade, Serbia, (6) James Hutton Institute, Scotland, (7) University of Surrey, England, (8) City Analysts Limited, Ireland (9) Genetic PCR SolutionsTM and University Miguel Hernández, Alicante, Spain
 

2 · New concentration method for drinking water samples improving Legionella detection developed in Aquavalens project

1Saucedo G (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ), 2Puigdomènech C, 1Arnedo MJ, 2Juárez R, 1Galofré B,2González S 
1Aigües de Barcelona, Empresa Metropolitana de Gestió del Cicle Integral de l'Aigua, SA. Carrer General Batet 5-7, 08028 –BARCELONA, SPAIN 
2Cetaqua, Water Technology Center, Ctra. d'Esplugues, 75,08940 -Cornellà de Llobregat,BARCELONA, SPAIN
 

David Navarro, DanaGen-BioTed S.L, Barcelona, SPAIN, A.Navarro, A. Martinez-Murcia, Genetic PCR Solutions™, Alicante, SPAIN , Adriana Lasa, Hospital de Sant Pau I de la Santa Creu, Barcelona, SPAIN (October 2015)

S. Fernández1, R. Juárez1, C.Puigdomènech1, S.González1, G.Saucedo2,MJ. Arnedo2and B.Galofré2
1Cetaqua, Water Technology Center, Ctra d’Esplugues, 75, 08940-Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelona (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
2Aigües de Barcelona, Empresa Metropolitana de Gestió del Cicle Integral de l’Aigua, SA. Carrer General Batet 5-7, 08028-Barcelona (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
 
C. Stange1, V. Simon1, F. Loisy-Hamon2, A. Martínez-Murcia3, A. Tiehm1 
 
6 · Carbon footprint evaluation of GPS™qPCR  kits by the frame of – the AQUAVALENS project 
Torres C.M.a*, Castells F.a, MaríaJ. Figuerasb
2Departament de Ciències Médiques Bàsiques, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, C/Sant Llorenç 21, 43021, Reus, Spain
 

7 · Certifcation by Genova University of GPS™ qPCR Kits

 

8 · Detección discriminativa de Mycoplasma gallisepticum y la cepa vacunal 6/85 mediante qPCR

Antonio Martínez-Murcia1,2, Aarón Navarro2, Gema Bru2, Rosa Amejiras31Universidad Miguel Hernández. 2genetic PCR solutions™ 03206 Elche, Alicante. 3Trow Nutrition (Nutreco) 28760 Tres Cantos, Madrid.

9 · Aeromonas lusitana sp. nov., Isolated from Untreated Water and Vegetables

Antonio Martínez-Murcia, Roxana Beaz-Hidalgo, Aaron Navarro, Mª. João Carvalho, Max Aravena-Román, Antonio Correia, Mª. José Figueras, Mª. José Saavedra

10 · Molecular Diagnostics by Genetic Methods

Chapter 8
Aeromonas  Book
Antonio Martínez-Murcia and Brigitte LamyBOOK AEROMONAS

This chapter deals with most, if not all, genetic methods used for classification and molecular diagnostics of Aeromonas species. These methods include currently used strategies designed for identifying strains at the species level from pure cultures, for detection of species on complex samples, e.g. waters or food, and for genotyping strains. The genus Aeromonas represents one of the best examples to illustrate applications of molecular biology techniques in microbiology, as it early took the benefits from cutting-edge molecular biology developments to be deeply renovated and, at the same time, represents a particularly difficult example of application for molecular diagnostic microbial methods due to its complex historical taxonomy, recent changes, increasing number of new species descriptions, and their extremely close phylogenetic relationships. We have reviewed past, current and new genetic methods, aiming to give an overview and opinions about advantages and disadvantages, performance and limitations. After a brief description of the principles of the procedures, each method is illustrated by applications either in clinical diagnosis, microbial ecologic issues, epidemiologic surveys, population diversity studies, or in taxonomy rearrangements and new taxa descriptions. Present trends and future perspectives of new revolutionary technology, expected at short and medium term, are also discussed.

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Antonio Martínez-Murcia1,2, Aarón Navarro2, Gema Bru2, Rosa Amejiras31Universidad Miguel Hernández. 2genetic PCR solutions™ 03206 Elche, Alicante. 3Trow Nutrition (Nutreco) 28760 Tres Cantos, Madrid.