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Methanotrophs of the Psychrophilic Microbial Community of the Russian Arctic Tundra
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In tundra, at a low temperature, there exists a slowly developing methanotrophic community, which was found to gradually adapt to various temperatures due to the presence of different methane-oxidizing bacteria in its composition.
[New genus of budding bacteria Angulomicrobium tetraedrale having radially symmetrical cells].
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Due to the presence of radial symmetry, the type of division, the character of metabolism and physiology in common, the polygonal bacteria are classed as a separate genus, Angulomicrobium nov. sp.
SEX CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MICROCIRCULATION IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS AND IN PATIENTS WITH THE FIRST DEGREE ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION
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It was found that sympathetic adrenergic effect on the micro Circulation regulation was significantly less in healthy women than this in healthy men and the intensification of microcirculation regulation mechanisms in men with HT degree 1 is suggested.
Post-COVID Syndrome and Tachycardia: Theoretical Base and Treatment Experience
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The authors put forward the hypothesis about the further prospect of using ivabradine in the treatment of clinical manifestations of postcoid syndrome on the basis of literature data and their own experience.
Adherence to statin therapy in patients with high and very high cardiovascular risk in real clinical practice
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Depression and cognitive decline are associated with decreased adherence to statin therapy in patients with high and very high cardiovascular risk in real clinical practice.
A psychrotolerant Caulobacter sp. from Russian polar tundra soil
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Strain Z-0024, a psychrotolerant aerobic heterotrophic representative of the prosthecate bacteria of the genus Caulobacter, was isolated from a methanotrophic enrichment obtained from Russian polar tundra soil and revealed that it belongs to the cluster of CaulOBacter species, showing a 98.8–99.2% sequence similarity to them.
The processes of methane production and oxidation in the soils of the Russian Arctic tundra
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The rates of methane production and oxidation in tundra soils of various types were studied by the radioisotope method at 5 and 15°C, and different types of methanotrophic bacteria were shown to be responsible for methane oxidation under these conditions.
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