Molecular analysis of the benthos microbial community in Zavarzin thermal spring (Uzon Caldera, Kamchatka, Russia)

@inproceedings{Rozanov2014MolecularAO,
  title={Molecular analysis of the benthos microbial community in Zavarzin thermal spring (Uzon Caldera, Kamchatka, Russia)},
  author={Alexey Sergeevich Rozanov and Alla V. Bryanskaya and Tatiana K. Malup and Irina A Meshcheryakova and Elena Victorovna Lazareva and Oksana P. Taran and Timofey V. Ivanisenko and Vladimir A. Ivanisenko and Sergey M. Zhmodik and Nikolay A. Kolchanov and Sergey Evgenievich Peltek},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundGeothermal areas are of great interest for the study of microbial communities. The results of such investigations can be used in a variety of fields (ecology, microbiology, medicine) to answer fundamental questions, as well as those with practical benefits. Uzon caldera is located in the Uzon-Geyser depression that is situated in the centre of the Karym-Semyachin region of the East Kamchatka graben-synclinorium. The microbial communities of Zavarzin spring are well studied; however… CONTINUE READING
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