Crohn associated microbial communities associated to colonic mucosal biopsies in patients of the western Mediterranean.

Abstract

Next generation sequencing approaches allow the retrieval of several orders of magnitude larger numbers of amplified single sequences in 16S rRNA diversity surveys than classical methods. However, the sequences are only partial and thus lack sufficient resolution for a reliable identification. The OPU approach used here, based on a tandem combination of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.syapm.2015.06.008

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@article{Vidal2015CrohnAM, title={Crohn associated microbial communities associated to colonic mucosal biopsies in patients of the western Mediterranean.}, author={Roberto Vidal and Daniel Ginard and Sam Khorrami and Merit del Roc{\'i}o Mora-Ruiz and Ra{\'u}l Mu{\~n}oz and M. I. Hartillo - Hermoso and Sara I Diaz and Ana Silvia Cifuentes and Alejandro Orfila and Ramon Rossell{\'o}-Mora}, journal={Systematic and applied microbiology}, year={2015}, volume={38 6}, pages={442-52} }