Isolation of an aerobic sulfur oxidizer from the SUP05/Arctic96BD-19 clade

@article{Marshall2013IsolationOA,
  title={Isolation of an aerobic sulfur oxidizer from the SUP05/Arctic96BD-19 clade},
  author={Katharine T. Marshall and R. Morris},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={452-455}
}
Bacteria from the uncultured SUP05/Arctic96BD-19 clade of gamma proteobacterial sulfur oxidizers (GSOs) have the genetic potential to oxidize reduced sulfur and fix carbon in the tissues of clams and mussels, in oxygen minimum zones and throughout the deep ocean (>200 m). Here, we report isolation of the first cultured representative from this GSO clade. Closely related cultures were obtained from surface waters in Puget Sound and from the deep chlorophyll maximum in the North Pacific gyre… Expand
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