Metagenomics reveals distinct microbiotypes in giant clams Tridacna maxima

By Eric Lee
May 19th 2020

New research conducted at CRIOBE and ENTROPIE research units, with the collaboration of the Swire institute of Marine Science of The University of Hong Kong, The Cawthron Institute and James Cook University, highlights the impacts of benthic species assemblages on the giant clams Tridacna maxima. The findings were recently published in the journal Microbiome.



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The original English press release by Dr Isis Guibert (in Dr Baker’s team) can be viewed at: