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Wound microbiome update: sequencing and behaviour

JZ Alex Cheong, Lindsay R Kalan
17 December 2019

It has been over a decade since the first culture-independent, DNAsequence- based methods were introduced to study the microbiome in a wound environment. This article provides a brief overview of the most commonly used methods of sequencing and what has been learned from studying the microbiology of chronic wounds at a community level

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