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Mammalian genes are highly heterogeneous with respect to their nucleotide composition, but the functional consequences of this heterogeneity are not clear. In the previous studies, weak positive or… (More)
The family of testis-specific serine-threonine kinases (TSSKs) consists of four members whose expression is confined almost exclusively to testis. Very little is known about their physiological role… (More)
To investigate the mechanisms regulating the nucleotide usage in mammalian genes, we analyzed the sequences of three physically linked Hsp70 paralogs in human and mouse. We report that the sequences… (More)
Plasmids are mobile genetics elements that play an important role in the environmental adaptation of microorganisms. Although plasmids are usually analyzed in cultured microorganisms, there is a need… (More)
Methanogenic Archaea produce approximately one billion tons of methane annually, but their biology remains largely unknown. This is partially due to the large phylogenetic and phenotypic diversity of… (More)
We present the draft genome sequence of Pseudomonas jessenii type strain DSM 17150. The assembly consists of 13 contigs, contains 6,537,206 bp, and has a GC content of 59.7%.
The research was carried out concerning the contents of cadmium in breast cancer tissues in 52 women aged 35-81 years (x = 67.62 +/- 12.43) living in the Wielkopolska region. Particular… (More)
Pseudomonas are known from their flexible degradation capabilities and their engagement in xenobiotic biotransformation and bioremediation in habitats like soil, active sludge, plant surfaces, and… (More)
Here, we present the draft genome sequence of Sphingopyxis witflariensis strain DSM 14551. The assembly consists of 38 contigs and contains 4,306,761 bp, with a GC content of 63.3%.
Here, we report the draft genome sequence of Pseudomonas umsongensis type strain DSM 16611. The assembly consists of 14 contigs containing 6,701,403 bp with a GC content of 59.73%.