Direct Detection of E.Agglomerans DNA Sequences in Soil
We present a non-radioactive detection of Tn5 and nif sequences of a GEMMO E.agglomerans 19-1-1 in EcoR I digested DNA recovered by a simple direct lysis procedure from inoculated soil samples, where the target bacteria no longer gave colonies on a selective agar medium.
KeywordsDirect Detection Plasmid Transfer Target Bacterium Neomycin Phosphotransferase Gene Enterobacter Agglomerans
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