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A novel DNA import system
Although DNA exchange through cellular contact has been described in archaea, the mode of DNA transport has not been studied at the molecular level. Based on the assumption that DNA transport has a role in DNA repair and involves membrane proteins, ...
Diverse, uncultivated bacteria and archaea underlying the cycling of dissolved
DNA stable-isotope probing (DNA-SIP) coupled with high-throughput sequencing of 16S rRNA genes linked the activity of 77 uncultivated free-living and particle-associated bacterial and archaeal taxa to the utilization of Micromonas protein extract.
The Flexible Way to Greater Energy Yield
This method can be used to verify the genetic fingerprint of the community of bacteria and methanogenic archaea that convert the organic material to biogas in the reactor.
Strange Group Of Microbes Can Thrive Deep In The Earth Without Oxygen
Archaea are microscopic single-celled organisms discovered about four decades ago by Carl Woese, an American biologist. There are very few scientific studies on the archaea compared to bacteria. In a previous study, researchers found that buried marine ...
Microbial ecology Archaea revealed from genomes
Researchers have pieced together the genomes of a newly identified group of single-celled organisms, unearthing clues about their metabolism. Archaea are different from bacteria and are generally less studied.

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