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Epulopiscium

 
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2019
2019
Epulopiscium sp. type B (Lachnospiraceae) is an exceptionally large, highly polyploid, intestinal symbiont of the coral reef… Expand
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2018
2018
Few studies have described chromosomal dynamics in bacterial cells with more than two complete chromosome copies or described… Expand
2016
2016
Epulopiscium is a group of giant bacteria found in high abundance in intestinal tracts of herbivorous surgeonfish. Despite their… Expand
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Highly Cited
2015
Highly Cited
2015
Intestinal tracts are among the most densely populated microbial ecosystems. Gut microbiota and their influence on the host have… Expand
2011
2011
BackgroundEpulopiscium sp. type B, a large intestinal bacterial symbiont of the surgeonfish Naso tonganus, does not reproduce by… Expand
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2011
2011
Epulopiscium sp. type B is an enormous intestinal symbiont of the surgeonfish Naso tonganus. Intracellular offspring production… Expand
2009
2009
Epulopiscium sp. type B, a member of the Firmicutes, is a large (up to 300 microm), cigar-shaped bacterial symbiont of… Expand
Review
2005
Review
2005
Prior studies have described a morphologically diverse group of intestinal microorganisms associated with surgeonfish. Despite… Expand
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2004
2004
Epulopiscium spp. are the largest heterotrophic bacteria yet described. A distinguishing feature of the Epulopiscium group is… Expand
1996
1996
It is rare that there are molecular clues to the evolutionary origin of developmental traits. We have encountered an evolutionary… Expand
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