Researchers Sequence A. phosphatis as Part of Metagenomic Study | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers published this week in Nature Biotechnology the first metagenomic study of an activated sludge wastewater-treatment process, which yielded a near-complete genetic map for the bacterial species Accumulibacter phosphatis.

A. phosphatis plays a key role in a process used to remove excess phosphorus from wastewater known as enhanced biological phosphorus removal.

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