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Meiothermus ruber

Known as: Thermus ruber 
National Institutes of Health

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2013
2013
A moderately thermophilic bacterial strain, Meiothermus ruber H328, can efficiently solubilize intact chicken feathers by aerobic… 
Highly Cited
1995
Highly Cited
1995
Strains of Thermus silvanus sp. nov. and strains of Thermus chliarophilus sp. nov. were isolated from the hot spring at Vizela in… 
1978
1978
A non-sporeforming gram-negative bacterium isolated from soils of Africa was shown to belong to the species Thermus ruber in its… 
1977
1977
Spheroplasts spontaneously originating in cultures of Thermus ruber, which are cultivated on potato-peptone media, are capable of… 
1977
1977
: The obligate thermophilic bacterium Thermus ruber was found to grow better at 55-65 degrees C on media containing organic acids… 
1975
1975
The new species of the obligate-thermophilic bacterium Thermus ruber is widely distributed in hot springs of Kamchatka with the… 
1975
1975
The new species of the obligate-thermophilic bacterium Thermus ruber is widely distributed in hot springs of Kamchatka with the…