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Title: Anammocx bacteria detection in the deep-sea sludge layer
Authors: Chaban, Mykola M.
Citation: Actual problems of microbiology and biotechnology: abstracts of the international conference for young scientists (june 1st - 4th, 2015) / chairman: V. O. Ivanytsia; Odessa І.І. Mechnikov National Univ. – Odesa, 2015.
Issue Date: 2015
Keywords: ANAMMOX
deep-sea sludge layer
Abstract: Anaerobic ammonia oxidation (ANAMMOX) with the nitrogen gas release is performed by a group of microorganisms that play certain role in the global ammonia utilization in aquatic environment anaerobic zone. They are almost impossible to isolate in pure culture. The anammox bacteria 16S rRNA ribosome research and the specific primers creation, unique sequences allocation and subsequent sequencing led to anammox bacteria classification into order Candidatus Brocadiales class Planctomycetia. After anammox bacteria discovery they were isolated around the world in different water systems and in the Black Sea in particular in 2003.
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