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The Genome of the Alga-Associated Marine Flavobacterium Formosa agariphila KMM 3901T Reveals a Broad Potential for Degradation of Algal Polysaccharides
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The generation and analysis of the genome of the type strain of Formosa agariphila revealed the capacity to degrade a wide range of algal polysaccharides from green, red, and brown algae and thus a strong specialization of toward an alga-associated lifestyle. Expand
Unveiling microbial life in the new deep-sea hypersaline Lake Thetis. Part II: a metagenomic study.
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The major finding of the present work is co-occurrence of at least three autotrophic carbon dioxide fixation pathways in the brine-seawater interface that are likely fuelled by an active ramified sulphur cycle. Expand
The gill chamber epibiosis of deep-sea shrimp Rimicaris exoculata: an in-depth metagenomic investigation and discovery of Zetaproteobacteria.
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Using metagenomics on shrimp from the Rainbow hydrothermal vent field, it is shown that both epibiont groups have the potential to grow autotrophically and oxidize reduced sulfur compounds or hydrogen with oxygen or nitrate, and the presence of active Zetaproteobacteria in the R. exoculata gill chamber is confirmed, thus providing the first evidence for a ZetAProteob bacteria-invertebrate association. Expand
The G215R Mutation in the Cl−/H+-Antiporter ClC-7 Found in ADO II Osteopetrosis Does Not Abolish Function but Causes a Severe Trafficking Defect
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It is suggested that the scenario found in the CHO model system also applies to the human transporter and that mislocalization rather than impaired functionality of G215R ClC-7 is the primary cause of the related autosomal dominant osteopetrosis type II. Expand
Halorhabdus tiamatea: proteogenomics and glycosidase activity measurements identify the first cultivated euryarchaeon from a deep-sea anoxic brine lake as potential polysaccharide degrader
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Use of enrichment and metagenomics could demonstrate presence of similar glycoside hydrolase-rich Halorhabdus members in the Mediterranean DHAL Medee, which supports that Halorabdus species can occupy a distinct niche as polysaccharide degraders in hypersaline environments. Expand
Genome Sequence of Thalassolituus oleivorans MIL-1 (DSM 14913T)
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The assembled genome of strain T. oleivorans MIL-1 (DSM 14913T), which is 3,920,328 bp with a G+C content of 46.6%, is presented. Expand
Deciphering the Functioning of Microbial Communities: Shedding Light on the Critical Steps in Metaproteomics
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The results provide clear evidences that the use of different protein search databases significantly alters the biological conclusions in both gel-free and gel-based approaches, and emphasize the importance of diversifying the experimental workflow for a comprehensive metaproteomic study. Expand
A global metagenomic map of urban microbiomes and antimicrobial resistance
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This atlas provides an annotated, geospatial profile of microbial strains, functional characteristics, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) markers, and genetic elements, including 10,928 viruses, 1,302 bacteria, 2 archaea, and 838,532 CRISPR arrays not found in reference databases. Expand
Synergistic biodegradation of aromatic-aliphatic copolyester plastic by a marine microbial consortium
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The results show that, although there are multiple genes and organisms with the potential to perform each degradation step, only a few are active during biodegradation. Expand
Proteogenomic Analysis of Epibacterium Mobile BBCC367, a Relevant Marine Bacterium Isolated From the South Pacific Ocean
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In insights into how E. mobile BBCC367 adapts to environmental changes and copes with diverse stresses, the accessory and unique proteomes revealed a more specific adaptation with the expression of stress-related proteins. Expand
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