Modification of the terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysisfor assessment of a specific taxonomic group within a soil microbial community

https://doi.org/10.17221/1012-PSECitation:Kopecký J., Novotná G., Ságová-Marečková M. (2009): Modification of the terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysisfor assessment of a specific taxonomic group within a soil microbial community. Plant Soil Environ., 55: 397-403.
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A double color terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis was applied for the diversity assessment of a complex bacterial community in a deciduous forest soil. Application of the second label was used to project a specific taxonomic group of bacteria, actinomycetes in our case, to the universal fingerprint. The diversity of actinomycetes was evaluated directly as a percentage of the whole bacterial community by comparing the corresponding terminal fragments of the same length.
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