Environmental molecular microbiology : protocols and applications /

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Imprint:Wymondham, Norfolk, England : Horizon Scientific Press ; New York, USA : Springer-Verlag [distributor], ©2001.
Description:x, 264 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Subject:Microbial ecology.
Molecular microbiology.
Environmental Microbiology.
Microbiological Techniques.
Molecular Diagnostic Techniques.
Microbial ecology.
Molecular microbiology.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11037809
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Other authors / contributors:Rochelle, Paul A.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Ch 1. Environmental Molecular Microbiology: Introduction
  • Ch 2. Extraction of Nucleic Acids from Environmental Samples
  • Ch 3. The Polymerase Chain Reaction as a Tool to Investigate Microbial Diversity in Environmental samples
  • Ch 4. Primer Design for PCR Amplification of Environmental DNA Targets
  • Ch 5. Direct Detection of Mycobacteria in the Environment with Sequence Capture PCR
  • Ch 6. Protocols for Nucleic Acid-based Detection and Quantitation of Microorganisms in Water
  • Ch 7. Genomic Polymorphisms and the Diversity of Oxygenic Phototrophs
  • Ch 8. Detection of Protozoa in Environmental Water Samples
  • Ch 9. Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay
  • Ch 10. Microbial Community Proteomics
  • Ch 11. A Combined Phospholipid and 16S rDNA PCR-DGGE Analysis to Study Bioremediative Microbial Communities In-Situ
  • Ch 12. Single-Strand Conformation Polymorphism (SSCP) for Microbial Community Analysis
  • Ch 13. Bacterial Community Profiling Using DGGE or TGGE Analysis
  • Ch 14. Differential Display of Prokaryotic Messenger RNA and Application to Soil Microbial Communities
  • Ch 15. Fluorescent PNA Probes for In-situ Bacterial Identification
  • Ch 16. Nucleic Acid-Based In-Situ Analyses of Microbial Diversity and Physiology
  • Ch 17. Technological Innovations in Biodetection Systems for Environmental Molecular Microbiology