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Proposal of Spirillum winogradskyi sp. nov., a novel microaerophilic species, an emended description of the genus Spirillum and Request for an Opinion regarding the status of the species Spirillum
A novel obligately organotrophic, facultatively microaerophilic spirillum, designated strain D-427(T), was isolated from sulfidic sludge of a municipal wastewater-treatment plant. Cells wereExpand
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The functional role of reduced inorganic sulfur compounds in the metabolism of the microaerophilic bacterium Spirillum winogradskii
Oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds by the microaerophilic sulfur bacterium spirillum winogradskii was found to occur only concomitantly with consumption of an organic substrate and was not linkedExpand
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Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Cell Protection Systems in the Microaerophilic Bacterium Spirillum winogradskii
The influence of oxygen availability during cultivation on the biosynthetic processes and enzymatic activities in the microaerophilic bacterium Spirillum winogradskii D-427 was studied, and the rolesExpand
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Two new species of microaerophilic sulfur spirilla, Spirillum winogradskii sp. nov. and Spirillum kriegii sp. nov.
New microaerophilic sulfur-oxidizing spirilla were isolated from hydrogen sulfide sludge of waste-water treatment plants. Strains D-427 and D-430 have spiral cells that are highly motile due toExpand
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Metabolism of the thermophilic bacterium Oceanithermus profundus
The metabolism of the novel facultatively anaerobic thermophilic bacterium Oceanithermus profundus was studied during growth on maltose, acetate, pyruvate, and hydrogen. The utilization ofExpand
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Investigation of the catabolism of acetate and peptides in the new anaerobic thermophilic bacterium Caldithrix abyssi
This work is concerned with the metabolism of Caldithrix abyssi—an anaerobic, moderately thermophilic bacterium isolated from deep-sea hydrothermal vents of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and representing aExpand
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