Liuyun Du and Jeffrey Zheng
Yunnan University, China
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Metabolomics (Los Angels)
The intestinal tract is a home to large number of bacteria, whose secreted substances is involved in human metabolism and can inhibit the reproduction of harmful bacteria which is an important force to maintain the healthy balance of the human body. The soil contains a variety of bacteria, which is a research object that cannot be ignored by bacteria researchers. Several typical bacterial phylumÔ??s in soil were analyzed based on rRNA gene sequences and a special mapping method was adopted. Three groups of bacteria (Actinobacteria, Proteobacteria and Tenericutes) were selected for classification and two-dimensional statistical probability map was obtained. To highlight the differences, rRNA sequences were compared between two groups of Chimpanzee and Macaque.
Liuyun Du is a Graduate student in System Analysis in Yunnan University, China.
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