Molecular techniques and their limitations shape our view of the holobiont
Cooke, Ira; Mead, Oliver; Whalen, Casey; Boote, Chloe; Moya, A.; Ying, Hua; Robbins, Steven J.; Strugnell, Jan M.; Darling, Aaron; Miller, David J.; Voolstra, Christian; Adamska, Maja
It is now recognised that the biology of almost any organism cannot be fully understood without recognising the existence and potential functional importance of associated microbes. Arguably, the emergence of this holistic viewpoint may never have occurred without the development of a crucial molecular technique, 16S rDNA amplicon sequencing, which allowed microbial communities to be easily profiled across a broad range of contexts. A diverse array of molecular techniques are now used to...[Show more]
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