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Phylogenetic Diversity of Bacteria Associated with the Marine Sponges, Spirastrella abata and Cinachyrella sp.

@inproceedings{Cho2010PhylogeneticDO,
  title={Phylogenetic Diversity of Bacteria Associated with the Marine Sponges, Spirastrella abata and Cinachyrella sp.},
  author={Hyun-Hee Cho and Eun Jung Shim and Jin-Sook Park},
  year={2010}
}
The bacterial community structure of two marine sponges, Spirastrella abata and Cinachyrella sp. collected from Jeju Island, in April 2009, was analyzed by 16S rDNA-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE). DGGE banding patterns indicated 8 and 7 bands for Spirastrella abata and Cinachyrella sp., respectively. Comparative sequence analysis of variable DGGE bands revealed from 92% to 100% similarity to the known published sequences. The bacterial groups associated with Spirastrella abata… 

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