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Viruses of haloarchaea.
Luk AW, Williams TJ, Erdmann S, Papke RT, Cavicchioli R. Luk AW, et al. Life (Basel). 2014 Nov 13;4(4):681-715. doi: 10.3390/life4040681. Life (Basel). 2014. PMID: 25402735 Free PMC article. Review.
In hypersaline environments, haloarchaea (halophilic members of the Archaea) are the dominant organisms, and the viruses that infect them, haloarchaeoviruses are at least ten times more abundant. Since their discovery in 1974, described haloarchaeoviruses include head-tail …
In hypersaline environments, haloarchaea (halophilic members of the Archaea) are the dominant organisms, and the viruses that infect …
Evaluation of the genomic diversity of viruses infecting bacteria, archaea and eukaryotes using a common bioinformatic platform: steps towards a unified taxonomy.
Aiewsakun P, Adriaenssens EM, Lavigne R, Kropinski AM, Simmonds P. Aiewsakun P, et al. J Gen Virol. 2018 Sep;99(9):1331-1343. doi: 10.1099/jgv.0.001110. Epub 2018 Jul 17. J Gen Virol. 2018. PMID: 30016225 Free PMC article.
In the current study, a parallel analysis of prokaryotic virus families revealed quite different sequence relationships, particularly those of tailed phage families (Siphoviridae, Myoviridae and Podoviridae), where members of the same family were generally far more diverge …
In the current study, a parallel analysis of prokaryotic virus families revealed quite different sequence relationships, particularly those …
Remarkable morphological diversity of viruses and virus-like particles in hot terrestrial environments.
Rachel R, Bettstetter M, Hedlund BP, Häring M, Kessler A, Stetter KO, Prangishvili D. Rachel R, et al. Arch Virol. 2002 Dec;147(12):2419-29. doi: 10.1007/s00705-002-0895-2. Arch Virol. 2002. PMID: 12491107
This diversity encompassed known viruses of hyperthermophilic archaea, filamentous Lipothrixviridae, rod-shaped Rudiviridae, and spindle-shaped Fuselloviridae, and novel morphotypes previously not observed in nature. Two virus types resembled head-and-tail bacteriophages f …
This diversity encompassed known viruses of hyperthermophilic archaea, filamentous Lipothrixviridae, rod-shaped Rudiviridae, and spin …
Estimate of the diversity of viral and bacterial assemblage in the coastal water of Lake Baikal.
Butina TV, Bukin YS, Krasnopeev AS, Belykh OI, Tupikin AE, Kabilov MR, Sakirko МV, Belikov SI. Butina TV, et al. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2019 May 1;366(9):fnz094. doi: 10.1093/femsle/fnz094. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2019. PMID: 31049590
Out of 1 030 169 processed virome reads, 37.4% of sequences (385 421) were identified as viral; 15.1% were identified as nonviral and related to the domains Eukarya, Bacteria and Archaea; and 47.5% had no matches in the databases. ...Six families (Myoviridae, Poxviridae, M …
Out of 1 030 169 processed virome reads, 37.4% of sequences (385 421) were identified as viral; 15.1% were identified as nonviral and relate …
Optimizing protocols for extraction of bacteriophages prior to metagenomic analyses of phage communities in the human gut.
Castro-Mejía JL, Muhammed MK, Kot W, Neve H, Franz CM, Hansen LH, Vogensen FK, Nielsen DS. Castro-Mejía JL, et al. Microbiome. 2015 Nov 17;3:64. doi: 10.1186/s40168-015-0131-4. Microbiome. 2015. PMID: 26577924 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: The human gut is densely populated with archaea, eukaryotes, bacteria, and their viruses, such as bacteriophages. ...To quantify phage recovery, samples were spiked with low numbers of c2, ϕ29, and T4 phages (representatives of the Siphoviridae, Podoviridae
BACKGROUND: The human gut is densely populated with archaea, eukaryotes, bacteria, and their viruses, such as bacteriophages. ...To q …
The interaction of four-way DNA junctions with resolving enzymes.
Lilley DM. Lilley DM. Biochem Soc Trans. 2010 Apr;38(2):399-403. doi: 10.1042/BST0380399. Biochem Soc Trans. 2010. PMID: 20298191 Review.
These have been isolated from bacteria and their phages, archaea, yeasts and mammals, including humans. They are all dimeric proteins that bind with high selectivity to DNA junctions and generate bilateral cleavage within the lifetime of the DNA-protein complex. ...
These have been isolated from bacteria and their phages, archaea, yeasts and mammals, including humans. They are all dimeric proteins …
Sequence and structural characterization of great salt lake bacteriophage CW02, a member of the T7-like supergroup.
Shen PS, Domek MJ, Sanz-García E, Makaju A, Taylor RM, Hoggan R, Culumber MD, Oberg CJ, Breakwell DP, Prince JT, Belnap DM. Shen PS, et al. J Virol. 2012 Aug;86(15):7907-17. doi: 10.1128/JVI.00407-12. Epub 2012 May 16. J Virol. 2012. PMID: 22593163 Free PMC article.
CW02 has morphological similarities to viruses of the Podoviridae family. The structure of CW02, solved by cryogenic electron microscopy and three-dimensional reconstruction, enabled the fitting of a portion of the bacteriophage HK97 capsid protein into CW02 capsid density …
CW02 has morphological similarities to viruses of the Podoviridae family. The structure of CW02, solved by cryogenic electron microsc …
Metabolic engineering of cofactor F420 production in Mycobacterium smegmatis.
Bashiri G, Rehan AM, Greenwood DR, Dickson JM, Baker EN. Bashiri G, et al. PLoS One. 2010 Dec 29;5(12):e15803. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0015803. PLoS One. 2010. PMID: 21209917 Free PMC article.
Cofactor F(420) is a unique electron carrier in a number of microorganisms including Archaea and Mycobacteria. It has been shown that F(420) has a direct and important role in archaeal energy metabolism whereas the role of F(420) in mycobacterial metabolism has only begun …
Cofactor F(420) is a unique electron carrier in a number of microorganisms including Archaea and Mycobacteria. It has been shown that …
AP-APSE dpol intein: A novel family A DNA polymerase intein domain.
Rajarajan S, Ibrahim KS, Pandian SK. Rajarajan S, et al. Bioinformation. 2011 May 7;6(4):149-52. doi: 10.6026/97320630006149. Bioinformation. 2011. PMID: 21572881 Free PMC article.
After their discovery, inteins have been quickly identified in organisms from all three kingdoms of life - eucarya, bacteria and archaea, but their distribution is sporadic. ...Hence we propose this as a unique intein of family A DNA polymerase (dpola insertion site) and o …
After their discovery, inteins have been quickly identified in organisms from all three kingdoms of life - eucarya, bacteria and archaea
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