Polyamine analysis of methanogens, thermophiles and extreme halophiles belonging to the domain Archaea

@article{Hamana2007PolyamineAO,
  title={Polyamine analysis of methanogens, thermophiles and extreme halophiles belonging to the domain Archaea},
  author={K. Hamana and R. Hosoya and T. Itoh},
  journal={Journal of Japanese Society for Extremophiles},
  year={2007},
  volume={6},
  pages={25-31}
}
  • K. Hamana, R. Hosoya, T. Itoh
  • Published 2007
  • Biology
  • Journal of Japanese Society for Extremophiles
  • Cellular polyamines of 61 archaeal newly published strains were analyzed by HPLC to evaluate correlation of polyamine profiles to their extremophily and chemotaxonomy. A quaternary branched penta-amine, N4-bis( aminopropyl )spermidine, was found in hyperthermophilic Methanocaldococcus and Methanotorris belonging to the family Methanocaldococcaceae but not in the family Methanococcaceae nor any other methanogenic archaeal orders. Hyperthermophilic / extremely thermophilic Palaeococcus… CONTINUE READING
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