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Novel ether lipid cardiolipins in archaeal membranes of extreme haloalkaliphiles.
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The lipidome of two extremely haloalkaliphilic archaea has been examined by means of combined thin-layer chromatography and MALDI-TOF/MS analyses and yielded new findings on membrane lipids of these unusual organisms, including some novel minor or trace phospholipids and glycolipids. Expand
Natronorubrum sediminis sp. nov., an archaeon isolated from a saline lake.
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Two novel haloalkaliphilic archaea, strains CG-6T and CG-4, were isolated from sediment of the hypersaline Lake Chagannor in Inner Mongolia, China, and belonged to a novel species in the genus Natronorubrum, for which the name Natron orubrum sediminis sp. Expand
Natronococcus roseus sp. nov., a haloalkaliphilic archaeon from a hypersaline lake.
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Comparison of 16S rRNA gene sequences, detailed phenotypic characterization, polar lipid profile and DNA-DNA hybridization studies revealed that strain CG-1(T) belongs to the genus Natronococcus and constitutes a novel species for which the name Natronitis roseus sp. Expand
Halorubrum aquaticum sp. nov., an archaeon isolated from hypersaline lakes.
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Two halophilic archaea, strains EN-2(T) and SH-4, were isolated from the saline lakes Erliannor and Shangmatala, respectively, in Inner Mongolia, China and were concluded to represent a novel species of the genus Halorubrum. Expand
Halorubrum halodurans sp. nov., an extremely halophilic archaeon isolated from a hypersaline lake.
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Data obtained in this study show that the two strains represent a novel species, for which the name Halorubrum halodurans sp. Expand
Horizontal Gene Transfer, Dispersal and Haloarchaeal Speciation
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It is suggested that recurrent episodes of dispersal followed by variable periods of endemism break the homogenizing forces of intrapopulation recombination and that this process might be the principal stimulus leading to divergence and speciation in Halobacteria. Expand
Halophiles and Their Biomolecules: Recent Advances and Future Applications in Biomedicine
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In this review, the molecules described and produced by halophilic microorganisms with a spectrum of action in vitro: antimicrobial and anticancer are reported. Expand
Halorubrum persicum sp. nov., an extremely halophilic archaeon isolated from sediment of a hypersaline lake.
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DNA-DNA hybridization studies and average nucleotide identity confirmed that strain C49T constitutes a distinct genospecies, for which the name Halorubrum persicum sp. Expand
Genotypic and Lipid Analyses of Strains From the Archaeal Genus Halorubrum Reveal Insights Into Their Taxonomy, Divergence, and Population Structure
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The data support the interpretation that local populations experience unique evolutionary homogenization pressures, and once relieved of insular constraints (e.g., through migration) are free to diverge. Expand
Halovenus salina sp. nov., an extremely halophilic archaeon isolated from a saltern.
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Based on the phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and phylogenetic data presented in this study, strain ASP54(T) represents a novel species of the genus Halovenus, for which the name Halovenu salina sp. Expand
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