Non-sulfate-reducing, syntrophic bacteria affiliated with desulfotomaculum cluster I are widely distributed in methanogenic environments.

@article{Imachi2006NonsulfatereducingSB,
  title={Non-sulfate-reducing, syntrophic bacteria affiliated with desulfotomaculum cluster I are widely distributed in methanogenic environments.},
  author={Hiroyuki Imachi and Yuji Sekiguchi and Yoichi Kamagata and Alexander Loy and Yanling Qiu and Philip Hugenholtz and Nobutada Kimura and Michael Wagner and Akiyoshi Ohashi and Hideki Harada},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={72 3},
  pages={2080-91}
}
The classical perception of members of the gram-positive Desulfotomaculum cluster I as sulfate-reducing bacteria was recently challenged by the isolation of new representatives lacking the ability for anaerobic sulfate respiration. For example, the two described syntrophic propionate-oxidizing species of the genus Pelotomaculum form the novel Desulfotomaculum subcluster Ih. In the present study, we applied a polyphasic approach by using cultivation-independent and culturing techniques in order… CONTINUE READING
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