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Diverse alkane hydroxylase genes in microorganisms and environments
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Hints for horizontal gene transfer, gene duplication, and gene fusion were found, which together are likely responsible for diversifying the alkB and CYP153 genes adapt to the ubiquitous distribution of different alkanes in nature. Expand
Microbial Communities in Long-Term, Water-Flooded Petroleum Reservoirs with Different in situ Temperatures in the Huabei Oilfield, China
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The distribution of microbial communities in the Menggulin and Ba19 blocks in the Huabei Oilfield, China, were studied based on 16S rRNA gene analysis and the archaeal communities were much more conserved within blocks and were not affected by the variation in the bacterial communities. Expand
Amycolicicoccus subflavus gen. nov., sp. nov., an actinomycete isolated from a saline soil contaminated by crude oil.
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Chemotaxonomic data indicated that strain DQS3-9A1(T) differs from the present members of the suborder Corynebacterineae, and the creation of Amycolicicoccus subflavus gen. nov., sp. Expand
Degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons (C6-C40) and crude oil by a novel Dietzia strain.
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This is the first study to report the different behaviors of a bacterial species toward crude oil degradation as well as a species of Dietzia degrading a wide range of hydrocarbons. Expand
Halomonas shengliensis sp. nov., a moderately halophilic, denitrifying, crude-oil-utilizing bacterium.
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Results of phenotypic, biochemical and phylogenetic analyses revealed that strain SL014B-85(T) could be classified as representing a novel species of the genus Halomonas, for which the nameHalomonas shengliensis sp. Expand
The Genome of the Moderate Halophile Amycolicicoccus subflavus DQS3-9A1T Reveals Four Alkane Hydroxylation Systems and Provides Some Clues on the Genetic Basis for Its Adaptation to a Petroleum
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Results reveal the effective adaptation of the strain DQS3-9A1T to harsh oil environment and provide a genome platform to investigate the global regulation of different alkane metabolisms in bacteria that are crucially important for petroleum degradation. Expand
Bacterial community shift along with the changes in operational conditions in a membrane-aerated biofilm reactor
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Redundancy analysis (RDA) revealed that influent chemical oxygen demand (COD), NH4-N, and NaHCO3 concentrations could exert distinct influences on the composition of the bacterial community, indicating that MABR could have the capability of simultaneous aerobic and anoxic denitrification particularly during treatment of low-ammonia nitrogen sewage. Expand
The Genome Sequence of Polymorphum gilvum SL003B-26A1T Reveals Its Genetic Basis for Crude Oil Degradation and Adaptation to the Saline Soil
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The Polymorphum gilvum genome provides a genetic basis for understanding how the strain could degrade crude oil and adapt to a saline environment and could serve as a platform for further study of oil-degrading microorganisms for bioremediation and microbial-enhanced oil recovery in harsh saline environments. Expand
Filomicrobium insigne sp. nov., isolated from an oil-polluted saline soil.
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Strain SLG5B-19(T), isolated from an oil-polluted saline soil in Gudao in the coastal Shengli Oilfield, eastern China, was Gram-negative with monoprosthecae or bipolar prostheCae and buds on the prosthecal tips and proposed that it represents a novel species in the genus Filomicrobium, Filom Microbium insigne sp. Expand
Diverse microbial community from the coalbeds of the Ordos Basin, China
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The bacterial community was more diverse than those in coals reported so far and the existence of an intact methanogenic microbial community was revealed in low-ranking coal, while the bacterial diversity decreased remarkably in the presence of sulfate reducing bacteria with no methanogens detected in coal with high coalification levels. Expand
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