Viruses from extreme thermal environments.

@article{Rice2001VirusesFE,
  title={Viruses from extreme thermal environments.},
  author={George Rice and Kenneth M Stedman and Jane R Snyder and Blake Wiedenheft and Deborah A. Willits and Susan K Brumfield and Ted McDermott and Mark J. Young},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2001},
  volume={98 23},
  pages={13341-5}
}
Viruses of extreme thermophiles are of great interest because they serve as model systems for understanding the biochemistry and molecular biology required for life at high temperatures. In this work, we report the discovery, isolation, and preliminary characterization of viruses and virus-like particles from extreme thermal acidic environments (70-92 degrees C, pH 1.0-4.5) found in Yellowstone National Park. Six unique particle morphologies were found in Sulfolobus enrichment cultures. Three… CONTINUE READING
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