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Microbial taxonomy in the era of OMICS: application of DNA sequences, computational tools and techniques
A review of genomic approaches that can be included in the scheme of taxonomy of bacteria and archaea based on computational and in silico advances to boost the credibility of taxonomic classification in this genomic era is presented. Expand
Draft Genome Sequence of Deinococcus sp. Strain RL Isolated from Sediments of a Hot Water Spring
The draft genome of Deinococcus strain RL, a moderately thermophilic bacterium, was isolated from sediments of a hot water spring in Manikaran, India, which contains 62 contigs and 2,614 coding DNA sequences, with an average G+C content of 69.4%. Expand
Pontibacter ummariensis sp. nov., isolated from a hexachlorocyclohexane-contaminated soil.
Based on phenotypic, chemotaxonomic, physiological and biochemical evidence, it is proposed that isolate NKM1T represents a novel species that belongs to the genus Pontibacter, for which the namePontibacter ummariensis sp. Expand
Draft Genome Sequence of a Hexachlorocyclohexane-Degrading Bacterium, Sphingobium baderi Strain LL03T
Sphingobium baderi strain LL03T is a mutant that is deficient in linB and linC (genes that encode hexachlorocyclohexane haloalkane dehalogenase and dehydrogenase, respectively) and the draft genome sequence consists of 92 contigs and 4,914 coding sequences. Expand
Thermus parvatiensis RLT sp. nov., Isolated from a Hot Water Spring, Located Atop the Himalayan Ranges at Manikaran, India
Strain RLT represents a novel species of the genus Thermus for which the name Thermus parvatiensis is proposed (=DSM 21745T= MTCC 8932T). Expand
Lampropedia cohaerens sp. nov., a biofilm-forming bacterium isolated from microbial mats of a hot water spring, and emended description of the genus Lampropedia.
A biofilm-forming, Gram-stain-negative, aerobic, catalase-positive but oxidase-negative strain, isolated from the microbial mats of a hot water spring, located within the Himalayan ranges at Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh, India, was found to have phosphatidylethanolamine andosphatidylglycerol as the major polar lipids. Expand
Complete Genome Analysis of Thermus parvatiensis and Comparative Genomics of Thermus spp. Provide Insights into Genetic Variability and Evolution of Natural Competence as Strategic Survival Attributes
A comparative genomic study of the group Thermus with an aim of analysing the phylogenetic relatedness as well as niche specific attributes prevalent among the group, finding evidence for recent horizontal acquisition of the locus and continued dispersal among members reflecting that natural competence is a beneficial survival trait among Thermus members. Expand
Draft genome sequence of Lampropedia cohaerens strain CT6T isolated from arsenic rich microbial mats of a Himalayan hot water spring
Strain CT6T was found to harbour genes involved in both the Entner-Duodoroff pathway and non-phosphorylated ED pathway, providing survival advantages at a thermal location and demonstrating the diverse genetic potential for survival at stressed niches. Expand
Microbial World: Recent Developments in Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
This is the complete list of celebrities from across India who took part in this year's 70th Independence Day celebrations at the iconic masjid in Delhi. Expand
The Alphabet of the Elementary Microbiology: Revisited
  • Shailly Anand, S. Lal, +22 authors V. Kalia
  • Medicine
  • Indian journal of microbiology
  • 6 October 2021
Shailly Anand • Sukanya Lal • Utkarsh Sood • Vipin Gupta • Gauri Garg Dhingra • Renu Solanki • Jasvinder Kaur • Roshan Kumar • Anjali Saxena • Ankita Dua • Charu Tripathi • Chandni Talwar • CharuExpand