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Advances in Biology
Vol. 2014,
2014

DNA Barcoding on Bacteria: A Review

D. E. Lebonah, A. Dileep, K. Chandrasekhar, S. Sreevani, B. Sreedevi, and J. Pramoda Kumari

Department of Microbiology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 517502, India.

Abstract

Bacteria are omnipotent and they can be found everywhere. The study of bacterial pathogens has been happening from olden days to prevent epidemics, food spoilage, losses in agricultural production, and loss of lives. Modern techniques in DNA based species identification are considered. So, there is a need to acquire simple and quick identification technique. Hence, this review article covers the efficacy of DNA barcoding of bacteria. Routine DNA barcoding involves the production of PCR amplicons from particular regions to sequence them and these sequence data are used to identify or “barcode” that organism to make a distinction from other species.

 


 
 
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