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Old 09-28-2012, 12:43 AM   #1
Sujani
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Default Heterozygous peaks in bacteria RNA sequencing

hello all,

When I try to sequence 16s bacterial RNA using ABI 3130 it gives me heterozygous peaks. Since the microbes only contain a haploid set of chromosomes I am puzzled how it could be possible to indicate two peaks?
can someone please explain
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Because bacteria typically have multiple copies of the 16S rRNA gene?
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