Two kind of gene technology were applied to diagnose chlamydial infection of the prostate; in situ DNA hybridization in 11 cases and polymerase chain reaction technique in 32 cases. Both technology were suitable to assess chlamydial infection of the prostate. In situ DNA hybridization was used to examine histological material gained by TUR or open surgery. Polymerase chain reaction technology was applied in symptomatic and asymptomatic urology patients by the way of a microbiological localisation pattern.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 1995|
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