Investigations on microbial diversity of Jakrem hot spring, Meghalaya, India using cultivation-independent approach

@inproceedings{Panda2015InvestigationsOM,
  title={Investigations on microbial diversity of Jakrem hot spring, Meghalaya, India using cultivation-independent approach},
  author={Amrita Kumari Panda and Satpal Singh Bisht and Nachimuthu Senthil kumar and Surajit De Mandal},
  booktitle={Genomics data},
  year={2015}
}
Jakrem hot water spring is located in the West Khasi Hill District of the state of Meghalaya, and is one of the most popular hot springs of the state. There is a populist belief among the inhabitants and people that the hot spring water has got curative properties against various skin ailments. This is the first report on V3 hyper-variable region of 16S rDNA metagenome sequence employing Illumina platform to profile the microbial community of this less known hot spring from Meghalaya, India… CONTINUE READING
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