The denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) applied to PCR products of relatively conserved regions in the genome is a well documented culture-independent method to study microbial communities. In the present study we used DGGE to evaluate acetic acid bacteria population of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar which is, to our knowledge, a system not investigated with this approach previously. The results obtained suggest that PCR-DGGE is clearly a suitable tool for a rapid and cost effective screening of acetic acid bacteria in vinegar’s samples.

Detection of Acetic Acid Bacteria in Traditional Balsamic Vinegar by PCR-DGGE analysis / DE VERO, Luciana; Gullo, Maria; Landi, Sara; Giudici, Paolo. - STAMPA. - (2006), pp. 83-92. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Second Symposium on R+D+I for Vinegar Production tenutosi a Cordoba nel 26-28 Aprile.

Detection of Acetic Acid Bacteria in Traditional Balsamic Vinegar by PCR-DGGE analysis

DE VERO, Luciana;GULLO, Maria;LANDI, Sara;GIUDICI, Paolo
2006

Abstract

The denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) applied to PCR products of relatively conserved regions in the genome is a well documented culture-independent method to study microbial communities. In the present study we used DGGE to evaluate acetic acid bacteria population of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar which is, to our knowledge, a system not investigated with this approach previously. The results obtained suggest that PCR-DGGE is clearly a suitable tool for a rapid and cost effective screening of acetic acid bacteria in vinegar’s samples.
Second Symposium on R+D+I for Vinegar Production
Cordoba
26-28 Aprile
83
92
DE VERO, Luciana; Gullo, Maria; Landi, Sara; Giudici, Paolo
Detection of Acetic Acid Bacteria in Traditional Balsamic Vinegar by PCR-DGGE analysis / DE VERO, Luciana; Gullo, Maria; Landi, Sara; Giudici, Paolo. - STAMPA. - (2006), pp. 83-92. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Second Symposium on R+D+I for Vinegar Production tenutosi a Cordoba nel 26-28 Aprile.
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