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Coupling Genetic and Chemical Microbiome Profiling Reveals Heterogeneity of Archaeome and Bacteriome in Subsurface Biofilms That Are Dominated by the Same Archaeal Species

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Probst, Alexander J. ; Birarda, Giovanni ; Holman, Hoi-Ying N. ; DeSantis, Todd Z. ; Wanner, Gerhard ; Andersen, Gary L. ; Perras, Alexandra K. ; Meck, Sandra ; Völkel, Jörg ; Bechtel, Hans A. ; Wirth, Reinhard ; Moissl-Eichinger, Christine
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 09 Jul 2014 11:50


Earth harbors an enormous portion of subsurface microbial life, whose microbiome flux across geographical locations remains mainly unexplored due to difficult access to samples. Here, we investigated the microbiome relatedness of subsurface biofilms of two sulfidic springs in southeast Germany that have similar physical and chemical parameters and are fed by one deep groundwater current. Due to ...


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