Adaption of a fragment analysis technique to an automated high-throughput multicapillary electrophoresis device for the precise qualitative and quantitative characterization of microbial communities.

@article{Trotha2002AdaptionOA,
  title={Adaption of a fragment analysis technique to an automated high-throughput multicapillary electrophoresis device for the precise qualitative and quantitative characterization of microbial communities.},
  author={Ren{\'e} Trotha and Udo Reichl and Frank L Thies and Danuta Sperling and Wolfgang Koenig and Brigitte K{\"o}nig},
  journal={Electrophoresis},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 7-8},
  pages={1070-9}
}
The analysis of microbial communities is of increasing importance in life sciences and bioengineering. Traditional techniques of investigations like culture or cloning methods suffer from many disadvantages. They are unable to give a complete qualitative and quantitative view of the total amount of microorganisms themselves, their interactions among each other and with their environment. Obviously, the determination of static or dynamic balances among microorganisms is of fast growing interest… CONTINUE READING

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