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Diversity of 50 bacterial isolates recovered from root nodules of Prosopis farcta grown in different arid soils in Tunisia, was investigated. Characterization of isolates was assessed using a polyphasic approach including phenotypic characteristics, 16S rRNA gene PCR–RFLP and sequencing, nodA...
The lysis protein of the colicinogenic operon is essential for colicin release and its main function is to activate the outer membrane phospholipase A (OMPLA) for the traverse of colicin across the cell envelope. However, little is known about the involvement of the lysis protein in the...
The α-proteobacterium, Rhodospirillum centenum, has a complex life cycle that allows adaptation to different environments. Transitions between vegetative swim cell and swarmer cell types depend on whether the organism is growing in liquid surroundings or on a solid substrate. Moreover,...
A moderately acidophilic, facultative chemoautotrophic, As(III)-oxidizing Thiomonas sp. (strain 3As T ) was previously shown, on the basis of comparative 16S rRNA gene sequences, to be closely related to both Tm. perometabolis DSM 18570 T and Tm. intermedia DSM 18155 T . While it had shared many...
Pseudomonas sp. strain ATCC19151 is a natural isolate from sewage with the ability to degrade detergents. Genes encoding potential choline sulfatase ( betC ), substrate-binding ABC transporter protein ( betD ), sulfate transporter ( betE ), and divergent putative transcriptional regulator ( betR...
A 2.3-L bioreactor was specially adapted to grow hyperthermophilic microorganisms under controlled conditions of temperature, pH, redox potential and dissolved O 2 . Using this bioreactor regulated at 80°C and pH 7.0, we demonstrated that Thermotoga maritima recovered its growth despite being...
We show that bacteria with methylotrophic potential are ubiquitous in the human mouth microbiota. Numerous strains of Actinobacteria ( Brevibacterium, Gordonia, Leifsonia, Microbacterium, Micrococcus, Rhodococcus ) and Proteobacteria ( Achromobacter, Klebsiella, Methylobacterium, Pseudomonas,...
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