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Creative Biogene offers state-of-the-art microbial community analysis services. The microbial community analysis offer the opportunity to discover the information on the entire set of microorganisms (bacteria, yeasts, fungi, algae, etc.) present in a given sample. And improve the microbial diversity studies for environmental (e.g. food, water and soil) and other microbial samples (e.g. gut microbiome or skin microbiome).
With our microbial community analysis service you can identify thousands of microorganisms in one analysis and determine the relative abundance of microorganisms. The microbial community analysis is now crucial in the evolution of exploring a large diversity of natural environments such as air, soil, water, and plants, as well as various human microbiota (e.g. digestive tract, lungs, skin).
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Our microbial community analysis service based on the PCR and Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology, which opened a variety of possibilities for microbial identification and microbial diversity studies. We offer a complete microbial community analysis service, including DNA extraction from a range of samples such as gut, skin, probiotics, water or soil samples. By using PCR and NGS technology we can determine the composition of bacteria, Archaea and fungi in your sample.
As a leading provider of genome analysis services, Creative Biogene provides powerful, comprehensive solutions for microbiota analysis that will boost your research and give you huge beneficial options in microbial genomics of the future!
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