Primers containing universal bases reduce multiple amoA gene specific DGGE band patterns when analysing the diversity of beta-ammonia oxidizers in the environment

Romana Hornek*, Andreas Pommerening-Röser, Hans Peter Koops, Andreas H. Farnleitner, Norbert Kreuzinger, Alexander Kirschner, Robert L. Mach

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