The most common way for pathogens to develop resistance towards a specific fungicide is mutations in the DNA of the pathogen. With our molecular biological analysis, we can provide you with details and information on the gene mutation responsible for resistance against Quinone outside Inhibitors (QoI) fungicides, such as the G143A or F129L mutation.

Many pathogens occur in nature as a mixture of different subspecies. Through molecular analysis we can support you by identifying the subspecies on your samples.

We can provide support with the following molecular techniques: gel electrophoresis, pyrosequencing (PCR) and qPCR.
Together with our sister company Conidia Coniphy we can help you with your needs for molecular analysis in this complex field.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information!

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