Constantinos Fasseas

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Members of the genus Halotalea (family Halomonadaceae) are of high significance since they can tolerate the greatest glucose and maltose concentrations ever reported for known bacteria and are involved in the degradation of industrial effluents. Here, the characteristics and the permanent-draft genome sequence and annotation of Halotalea alkalilenta AW-7(T)(More)
—Through millennia of evolution, the wisdom of nature has optimized certain compounds and conducted combinatorial chemistry for the sustenance of life. Today, natural products, and chiefly those of plant secondary metabolism offer huge potentiality for man in his effort to exploit and to synthesize them for multiple vital needs that will enhance his(More)
Olivibacter sitiensis Ntougias et al. 2007 is a member of the family Sphingobacteriaceae, phylum Bacteroidetes. Members of the genus Olivibacter are phylogenetically diverse and of significant interest. They occur in diverse habitats, such as rhizosphere and contaminated soils, viscous wastes, composts, biofilter clean-up facilities on contaminated sites(More)
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