Well-designed microbial surveillance programs can identify risk factors, guide treatment strategies, and illuminate differences in pathogenic microbial populations in high- and low-performing broiler flocks. DNA-based microbial surveillance is a culture-independent tool which provides a snapshot of the microbes present in a sample at the time of sample capture and preservation. A properly handled sample preserves the DNA of all microbes present in a sample, regardless of their fragility, viability, or growth requirements in the lab and can be tested for gene sequences from a wide variety of microbes.
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