Microbial forensics : next-generation sequencing as catalyst The use of new sequencing technologies to analyze whole microbial communities could become a powerful tool for forensic and criminal investigations

@inproceedings{Leeuwenhoekexperimented2016MicrobialF,
  title={Microbial forensics : next-generation sequencing as catalyst The use of new sequencing technologies to analyze whole microbial communities could become a powerful tool for forensic and criminal investigations},
  author={hen Antonie van Leeuwenhoekexperimented},
  year={2016}
}
  • hen Antonie van Leeuwenhoekexperimented
  • Published 2016
W hen Antonie van Leeuwenhoek experimented with his microscopes in the late 17 century, he observed, among many other small things, bacteria from the mouth cavity. van Leeuwenhoek’s detailed descriptions of bacteria, spermatozoa, and cells marked the beginning of microbiology; his successors Robert Koch and Louis Pasteur stoked further interest in the microbial world with their discoveries of the role of bacteria in disease and fermentation. The light microscope was eventually augmented by ever… CONTINUE READING
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