‘ARMAN’ archaea depend on association with euryarchaeal host in culture and in situ

@article{Golyshina2017ARMANAD,
  title={‘ARMAN’ archaea depend on association with euryarchaeal host in culture and in situ},
  author={O. Golyshina and S. Toshchakov and K. Makarova and S. Gavrilov and A. Korzhenkov and V. La Cono and Erika Arcadi and T. Nechitaylo and M. Ferrer and I. Kublanov and Y. Wolf and M. Yakimov and P. Golyshin},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2017},
  volume={8}
}
Intriguing, yet uncultured ‘ARMAN’-like archaea are metabolically dependent on other members of the microbial community. It remains uncertain though which hosts they rely upon, and, because of the lack of complete genomes, to what extent. Here, we report the co-culturing of ARMAN-2-related organism, Mia14, with Cuniculiplasma divulgatum PM4 during the isolation of this strain from acidic streamer in Parys Mountain (Isle of Anglesey, UK). Mia14 is highly enriched in the binary culture (ca. 10… Expand
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