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Recent Blog Post

Microbial hitchhikers: The “Plastisphere”

Published 2020-01-03

Image: Figure 4 of Schlundt et al. (2019) Studying the microscopic world is a challenging task and requires the use of innovative visualization and genomic tools to understand the role and function of the diverse microbial players in an ecosystem. Using culturing, staining, and sequencing methods, researchers can gain a more detailed view of the microbial world. Recently, detailed in a study published in the journal Molecular Ecology Resources, researchers developed a new method called CLASI-FISH (“combinatorial labeling and spectral imaging fluorescence in situ hybridization”) to... (more)