CLSI Publishes Guidelines for Sequence-Based ID of Bacteria and Fungi | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The non-profit Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute has issued a set of guidelines aimed at helping researchers involved in identifying and classifying bacteria and fungi using DNA sequencing.
By establishing interpretive criteria for identifying microorganisms, the CLSI hopes to help “catalyze the entry of molecular microbiology into clinical usage,” CLSI said in a statement.

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