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ScienceDirect.com - Trends in Microbiology - The archaellum: an old motility structure with a new name | Publications-Albers lab

ScienceDirect.com - Trends in Microbiology - The archaellum: an old motility structure with a new name | Publications-Albers lab | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Motility structures, called flagella, have been described in all three domains of life: Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya. These structures are well studied in both Bacteria and Eukarya.
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Change in key ingredient changes protein shape in methanogen - Newswise (press release)

Change in key ingredient changes protein shape in methanogen - Newswise (press release) | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Change in key ingredient changes protein shape in methanogenNewswise (press release)A key component found in an ancient anaerobic microorganism may serve as a sensor to detect potentially fatal oxygen, a University of Arkansas researcher and ...and...
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Circadian rhythms protein found in different types of living organisms - Phys.Org (press release)

Circadian rhythms protein found in different types of living organisms - Phys.Org (press release) | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Circadian rhythms protein found in different types of living organismsPhys.Org (press release)For the study, the researchers teamed up with a group of international collaborators to examine the role of the peroxiredoxin oxidation rhythms in...
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Trends in Microbiology - Methanogens: a window into ancient sulfur metabolism

RT @TrendsMicrobiol: Liu et al examine how ancient sulfur metabolism might have functioned using methanogens http://t.co/7JZRjHvw...
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PLoS Biology: Patterns of Gene Flow Define Species of Thermophilic Archaea

PLoS Biology: Patterns of Gene Flow Define Species of Thermophilic Archaea | The Archaea | Scoop.it
PLoS Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that features works of exceptional significance in all areas of biological science, from molecules to ecosystems, including works at the interface with other disciplines.
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Halophiles and Hypersaline Environments: Current Research and ...

Halophiles and Hypersaline Environments: Current Research and ... | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Halophiles and Hypersaline Environments: Current Research and Future TrendsAharon Oren, Antonio Ventosa, Yanhe Ma | Springer | 3133-19-39 | 619 pages | English | PDFThis book presents the latest results in the ...
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Hot new manufacturing tool: A temperature-controlled microbe - Science Codex

Hot new manufacturing tool: A temperature-controlled microbe - Science Codex | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Hot new manufacturing tool: A temperature-controlled microbeScience CodexOriginally isolated from hot marine sediments, the hyperthermophile Pyrococcus furiosus grows best at temperatures around 100ºC (212ºF).
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Application of Pseudomurein Endoisopeptidase to Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization of Methanogens within the Family Methanobacteriaceae

Application of pseudomurein endoisopeptidase to fluorescence in situ hybridization of methanogens within the ...
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PLoS ONE: High Prevalence of Methanobrevibacter smithii and Methanosphaera stadtmanae Detected in the Human Gut Using an Improved DNA Detection Protocol

PLoS ONE: High Prevalence of Methanobrevibacter smithii and Methanosphaera stadtmanae Detected in the Human Gut Using an Improved DNA Detection Protocol | The Archaea | Scoop.it
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Holy Smokes! Some Archaea Swim Faster than Cheetahs Run in Ocean Temperatures

Microbe Magazine - A publication by the American Society for Microbiology (The fastest known organism on the planet...)...
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Engineering a Hyperthermophilic Archaeon for Temperature-Dependent Product Formation

Hyperthermophilic archaea made fit for biofuel production http://t.co/FqPvWubw...
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Abstract - RNA

The archaeal box C/D sRNP from Methanococcus jannaschii (Mj) has been shown by glycerol gradient sedimentation, gel filtration chromatography, native gel analysis, and single-particle electron microscopy (EM) to adopt a ...
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National Academy of Sciences: Microbial life could survive on Mars - The Capitol Column

National Academy of Sciences: Microbial life could survive on Mars - The Capitol Column | The Archaea | Scoop.it
The Capitol ColumnNational Academy of Sciences: Microbial life could survive on MarsThe Capitol ColumnA new DNA analysis of the Martian-like landscape on top of some South American volcanoes has found communities of bacteria, fungi, and archaea.
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EpiCentral: Transcriptome-wide discovery of circular RNAs in Archaea

The data suggest that circular RNAs, especially circular noncoding RNAs, are more common in archaea than previously recognized. The circRNA-seq method will enable the study of these novel RNAs in any organism and ...
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Tungsten-enhanced growth of Methanosphaera stadtmanae - 7thSpace Interactive (press release)

Tungsten-enhanced growth of Methanosphaera stadtmanae7thSpace Interactive (press release)The methanogenic Archaea Methanosphaera stadtmanae has been detected in the human gut microbiota by both culture and culture-independent methods.
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Geographic Isolation Drives Evolution Of Hot Springs Microbe

Geographic Isolation Drives Evolution Of Hot Springs Microbe | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Sulfolobus islandicus, a microbe that can live in boiling acid, is offering up its secrets to researchers hardy enough to capture it from the volcanic hot springs where it thrives. In a new study, researchers report that populations of S.
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Archaea As Food Source Adds New Twist To Understanding ...

Archaea As Food Source Adds New Twist To Understanding ... | The Archaea | Scoop.it
Archaea, one of the three "domains of life" on Earth - the other two being bacteria and eukaryota (plants and animals) - strangely do not seem to be part of any food chain.But maybe they soon will be - and it just might help ...
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Identification and Characterization of Small RNAs i... [PLoS One. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI

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Ow.ly - image uploaded by @Archaellum

Ow.ly - image uploaded by @Archaellum | The Archaea | Scoop.it
View and share this image from @Archaellum and hosted by Ow.ly (Archaea do form beautiful biofilms http://t.co/Dy0s8nUE...)...
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PLoS ONE: Crenarchaeal Biofilm Formation under Extreme Conditions

PLoS ONE: Crenarchaeal Biofilm Formation under Extreme Conditions | The Archaea | Scoop.it
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Turning up the heat on biotechnology | COSMOS magazine

Turning up the heat on biotechnology | COSMOS magazine | The Archaea | Scoop.it
The new approach brings biotechnologists a step closer to developing workable techniques for harnessing the cellular machinery of hyperthermophiles, or heat-loving microorganisms, to produce biofuels and other biological ...
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