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Review Article

Emerging Rapid Resistance Testing Methods for Clinical Microbiology Laboratories and Their Potential Impact on Patient Management

Table 1

DNA-FISH-probes detecting clarithromycin resistance in H. pylori, Rüssmann et al., 2001a [93].

TargetProbeProbe sequence

Wild typeClaWT5′-CGG-GGT-CTT-TCC-GTC-TT-3′
Clarithromycin resistance mutation 1 (A2143G)ClaR15′-CGG-GGT-CTT-CCC-GTC-TT-3′
Clarithromycin resistance mutation 2 (A2144G)ClaR25′-CGG-GGT-CTC-TCC-GTC-TT-3′
Clarithromycin resistance mutation 3 (A2143C)ClaR35′-CGG-GGT-CTT-GCC-GTC-TT-3′