Ribotyping

RiboPrinter band patterns allow for many taxa the differentiation at the level of strains.  Species can be identified automatically by comparison to database entries. 

Required material: A living culture of the strain and information on its optimal cultivation on agar plates. 

Dr. Peter Schumann

Senior scientist

References

  1. Schumann, P. & Pukall, R. (2013). The discriminatory power of ribotyping as automatable technique for differentiation of bacteria. Syst Appl Microbiol 36, 369-375.
  2. Bruce, J. (1996). Automated system rapidly identifies and characterizes microorganisms in food. Food Tech. 50, 77-81.