Effects of two diamine biocides on the microbial community from an oil field

@inproceedings{Telang1998EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of two diamine biocides on the microbial community from an oil field},
  author={Anita J. Telang and Sara Ebert and Julia M. Foght and Donald William Speck Westlake and Gerrit Voordouw},
  year={1998}
}
The effects of diamine (R1-NH-R2-NH2) biocides A and B on the microbial population from an oil field were investigated with reverse sample genome probing (RSGP), a technique designed to track multiple oil field bacteria in a single assay. RSGP studies of sessile microbial populations scraped from corrosion coupons obtained from biocide-treated oil field installations indicated dominance of Desulfovibrio spp. Lac6 and Eth3, or of selected heterotrophs. RSGP of planktonic production water samples… CONTINUE READING

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