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Multiple Mechanisms Are Involved in Repression of Filamentous Phage SW1 Transcription by the DNA-Binding Protein FpsR.
SW1 is the first filamentous phage isolated from a deep-sea environment. Nevertheless, the mechanism by which the SW1 genetic switch is controlled is largely unknown. In this study, the function ofExpand
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Validation of reference genes for reverse transcription real‐time quantitative PCR analysis in the deep‐sea bacterium Shewanella psychrophila WP2
&NA; Reference genes are critical to obtain reliable results of reverse transcription real‐time quantitative PCR (RT‐qPCR), which is widely used for relative quantification of gene expression. InExpand
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Phylogenomic analysis reveals a two-stage process of the evolutionary transition of Shewanella from the upper ocean to the hadal zone.
Shewanella strains are characterized by versatile metabolic capabilities, resulting in their wide distribution in the ocean at different depths. Considering that particle sedimentation is anExpand