Removal of free extracellular DNA from environmental samples by ethidium monoazide and propidium monoazide.

@article{Wagner2008RemovalOF,
  title={Removal of free extracellular DNA from environmental samples by ethidium monoazide and propidium monoazide.},
  author={Andreas Otto Wagner and Cornelia Malin and Brigitte Amalia Knapp and Paul Illmer},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={74 8},
  pages={2537-9}
}
Recently, new DNA extraction techniques (using ethidium monoazide and propidium monoazide) have been developed to discriminate between alive and dead bacterial cells. Nevertheless, for complex environmental samples, no data are available yet. In the present study, these new methods were applied to anaerobic-fermentor sludge and the results were compared to a conventional microbiological approach. 

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