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Bacterial Community Composition in Produced Water of Diyarbakır Oil Fields in Turkey
Johnson Matthey Technology Review
Oil fields harbour a wide variety of microorganisms with different metabolic capabilities. To examine the microbial ecology of petroleum reservoirs, a molecular-based approach was used to assess the composition of bacterial communities in produced water (PW) of Diyarbakır oil fields in Turkey. Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) of PCR-amplified 16S rRNA gene fragments was performed to characterise the bacterial community structure of PW samples and to identify predominant communitydoi:10.1595/205651320x15911723486216 fatcat:olp3nwf6dzbpzhqxdlj6gkzqlm