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16S Ribosomal RNA Based Microbs identification

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Old 03-24-2006, 04:32 PM
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Default 16S Ribosomal RNA Based Microbs identification



sahar fatima ha scritto:



Blasting the sequences obtained by direct sequencing of pcr-amplified
16S can help in identifing microorgs at species level.

Have a look at the ribosomal database project too
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