Methods and Techniques Used for Obtaining and Identifying of Microbial Low Molecular Weight Cellular Compounds, Metabolites and Signaling Molecules
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Different techniques and analytical technologies are used for identification of compoundspotentially suitable for constructing various metabiotics. Their choice depends on analytical purposes, qualitative and/or quantitative characteristics of microbial complexes and molecules under study. Table 1 shows some techniques used for microbial cell destruction, removal of live microorganisms and extraction of low molecular weight biologically active compounds’.
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