halobacterium


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Synonyms for halobacterium

halophiles in saline environments such as the Dead Sea or salt flats

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To test this hypothesis so as to understand how Halobacterium regulates its genetic networks in response to varying environmental factors, we needed to look at several interacting elements of its genetic network, including mRNA, protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions, protein evolutionary history and protein metabolic function.
Halobacterium NRC-1 is an extremely halphilic archaeon that contains homologs to the E.
Sampling 72 genes that appear to be internal and 29 that appear to be the first in an operon in Halobacterium sp.
Baliga and colleagues used Halobacterium salinarum NRC-1, a member of the Archaea family of organisms, because it has been the subject of relatively little scientific study.
9:15: INVESTIGATION INTO AN INDUCIBLE RESPONSE TO DNA DAMAGE IN THE HALOPHILIC ARCHAEAN HALOBACTERIUM NRC-1, Lacy K.
Bacteriorhodopsin is found in the intensely purple cell membrane of a bacterium called Halobacterium salinarium, which grows in salt marshes.
Four years ago, more than 40 scientists across North America and Europe participated in a monumental effort to determine the complete genome sequence of Halobacterium NRC-1, an archaeal organism, which, like H.
8:15 TRANSCRIPTION-COUPLED REPAIR OF UV-INDUCED DAMAGE IN THE EXTREMELY HALOPHILIC ARCHAEON, HALOBACTERIUM SP.