|Journal||International Journal of Molecular Sciences|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Oct 2014|
This study investigated the microbial diversity associated with the digestive tract of the seaweed grazing marine limpet Patella pellucida. Using a modified indirect DNA extraction protocol and performing metagenomic profiling based on specific prokaryotic marker genes, the abundance of bacterial groups was identified from the analyzed metagenome. The members of three significantly abundant phyla of Proteobacteria, Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes were characterized through the literature and their predicted functions towards the host, as well as potential applications in the industrial environment assessed.
- Patella pellucida, limpet, mollusc, symbiosis metagenomics, bioenergy, biorefining, seaweed, macroalgae
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- Metaphylogenomic and potential functionality of the limpet Patella pellucida's gastrointestinal tract microbiome
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