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Identification of Endophytes from Marine Algae by 16S rRNA sequencing

Start Date: Tuesday, Oct 01,2013

School: School of Biotechnology

Identification of Endophytes from Marine Algae by 16S rRNA sequencing

Endophytes/ endosymbionts from marine micro algae have recently gained attention as potential sources of bioactive secondary metabolites. Our aim is to isolate and identify the endophytes by molecular biology methods. 

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