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V1 - V9 regions of 16S rDNA

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Default V1 - V9 regions of 16S rDNA



Can somebody please tell me what loci (numbers) these hypervariable regions correspond to in E.coli 16S rDNA. I've looked for hours and hours and nothing. 100s of articles mention them, but take it for granted that everybody knows where exactly they are in 16S? WTF!

Who ever also gives a nice reference with a nice table where this stuff is listed gets over 9000 thanks.
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