Heavy metal pollution refers to the phenomenon that human activities add heavy metals to the soil, causing the content of heavy metals in the soil to be significantly higher than its natural background content, and causing ecological damage and deterioration of environmental quality. The accumulation of heavy metals in the human body to a certain extent will cause chronic poisoning.
The ecological restoration of heavy metal pollution mainly uses natural microbial resources in plants or soil to reduce the toxicity of heavy metals, so as to reduce the concentration of pollutants to an acceptable level. Or use the affinity of heavy metals and microbes for adsorption to reduce the migration capacity of heavy metals, to stabilize pollutants and reduce their diffusion to the surrounding environment.
Creative Biogene uses molecular biology combined with high-throughput sequencing to obtain information about most microbes in the heavy metal contaminated. Then through bioinformatics analysis, a large amount of data is processed and analyzed to find the composition of microbial communities related to environmental factors to carry out further research.
The specific service content includes the following aspects, microbial isolation & cultivation, microbial identification, microbial sequencing, microbial proteomics, microbial metabonomics and bioinformatics analysis.
|OTU clustering||Taxonomic analysis||Phylogenetic analysis||Analysis based on OUT||Gene function analysis|
Shannon index curve
Rank abundance curve
|Community composition analysis
Community correlation analysis
Community difference analysis
|OTU correlation analysis
Creative Biogene is a forward-looking research institution in the field of heavy metal contaminated microecology solution. Combining rich project experience, strict data quality control and professional analysis process, we will ensure that the project is carried out accurately and quickly. You can choose us without hesitation.
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