Genomic signatures of fifth autotrophic carbon assimilation pathway in bathypelagic Crenarchaeota

@inproceedings{Cono2010GenomicSO,
  title={Genomic signatures of fifth autotrophic carbon assimilation pathway in bathypelagic Crenarchaeota},
  author={Violetta La Cono and Francesco Smedile and Manuel Ferrer and Peter N Golyshin and Laura Giuliano and Michail M Yakimov},
  booktitle={Microbial biotechnology},
  year={2010}
}
Marine Crenarchaeota, ubiquitous and abundant organisms in the oceans worldwide, remain metabolically uncharacterized, largely due to their low cultivability. Identification of candidate genes for bicarbonate fixation pathway in the Cenarchaeum symbiosum A was an initial step in understanding the physiology and ecology of marine Crenarchaeota. Recent cultivation and genome sequencing of obligate chemoautotrophic Nitrosopumilus maritimus SCM1 were a major breakthrough towards understanding of… CONTINUE READING
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