Effect of nitrate injection on the microbial community in an oil field as monitored by reverse sample genome probing.

@article{Telang1997EffectON,
  title={Effect of nitrate injection on the microbial community in an oil field as monitored by reverse sample genome probing.},
  author={Anita J. Telang and Sara Ebert and Julia M. Foght and Donald W. S. Westlake and Gary E. Jenneman and Diane Gevertz and Gerrit Voordouw},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={63 5},
  pages={
          1785-93
        }
}
The reverse sample genome probe (RSGP) method, developed for monitoring the microbial community in oil fields with a moderate subsurface temperature, has been improved by (i) isolation of a variety of heterotrophic bacteria and inclusion of their genomes on the oil field master filter and (ii) use of phosphorimaging technology for the rapid quantitation of hybridization signals. The new master filter contains the genomes of 30 sulfate-reducing, 1 sulfide-oxidizing, and 16 heterotrophic bacteria… CONTINUE READING

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