Proteomics and comparative genomics of Nitrososphaera viennensis reveal the core genome and adaptations of archaeal ammonia oxidizers.

@article{Kerou2016ProteomicsAC,
  title={Proteomics and comparative genomics of Nitrososphaera viennensis reveal the core genome and adaptations of archaeal ammonia oxidizers.},
  author={Melina Kerou and Pierre R Offre and Luis Valledor and Sophie S. Abby and M. Melcher and Matthias Nagler and Wolfram Weckwerth and Christa Schleper},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2016},
  volume={113 49},
  pages={E7937-E7946}
}
Ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) are among the most abundant microorganisms and key players in the global nitrogen and carbon cycles. They share a common energy metabolism but represent a heterogeneous group with respect to their environmental distribution and adaptions, growth requirements, and genome contents. We report here the genome and proteome of Nitrososphaera viennensis EN76, the type species of the archaeal class Nitrososphaeria of the phylum Thaumarchaeota encompassing all known AOA… CONTINUE READING
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