halobacterium


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Synonyms for halobacterium

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

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Optimum substrate concentration was measured 50mM for purified kidney CAT and are according to findings of Peterson and Salin (1995) in Halobacterium halobium, Aydemir and Kuru (2003) in chicken erythrocytes, Arabaci and Usluoglu (2012) in Malva sylvestris, Tariq et al.
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.
This microbe, called Halobacterium, may hold the key to protecting astronauts from one of the greatest threats they would face during a mission to Mars: space radiation.
Genomic sequencing reveals that the Halobacterium genome contains genes that are homologous to both eukaryotic and bacterial repair genes.
Thermoplasma acidophilum, Aeropyrum pernix, and Halobacterium sp.
With all due respect to the illustrious Halobacterium halobium (pond scum -- a postulated biological solution to the storage problem), whose day may come in time, escalating performance and falling prices for solid-state memory and magnetic disks mean that these technologies currently offer the most attractive possibilities.
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.
All three layers examined in the endoevaporite contained a large number of archaeal phylotypes that are closely related to Halobacterium sp.
9:15: INVESTIGATION INTO AN INDUCIBLE RESPONSE TO DNA DAMAGE IN THE HALOPHILIC ARCHAEAN HALOBACTERIUM NRC-1, Lacy K.
And the DNA sequence of the archaeon Halobacterium halobium may help identify enzymes that function under high-salt conditions.
Bacteriorhodopsin is found in the intensely purple cell membrane of a bacterium called Halobacterium salinarium, which grows in salt marshes.
One source of bR is in the purple membranes of several species of bacteria, most notably Halobacterium halobium (hh).
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.
A novel process involving what appears to be exchange of plasmids by partial cell fusion has been observed in Halobacterium volcanii (16), and exchange of genetic markers has also been reported in Sulfolobus acidocaldarius (17).
8:15 TRANSCRIPTION-COUPLED REPAIR OF UV-INDUCED DAMAGE IN THE EXTREMELY HALOPHILIC ARCHAEON, HALOBACTERIUM SP.