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AbstractSea-surface warming, sea-ice melting and related freshening, changes in circulation and mixing regimes, and ocean acidification induced by the present climate changes are modifying marine ecosystem structure and function and have the potential to alter the cycling of carbon and nutrients...
AbstractSince their discovery in the early 1980s, viruses that infect the third domain of life, the Archaea, have captivated our attention because of their virions' unusual morphologies and proteins, which lack homologues in extant databases. Moreover, the life cycles of these viruses have...
AbstractA key feature of the virulence of many bacterial pathogens is the ability to deliver effector proteins into eukaryotic cells via a dedicated type three secretion system (T3SS). Many bacterial pathogens, including species of Chlamydia, Xanthomonas, Pseudomonas, Ralstonia, Shigella,...
AbstractApproximately one third of the world's population is infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of tuberculosis. This bacterium has an unusual lipid-rich cell wall containing a vast repertoire of antigens, providing a hydrophobic impermeable barrier against chemical...
AbstractThe history of research on microbial rhodopsins offers a novel perspective on the history of the molecular life sciences. Events in this history play important roles in the development of fields such as general microbiology, membrane research, bioenergetics, metagenomics and, very...
AbstractIn all living organisms, the response to double-strand breaks (DSBs) is critical for the maintenance of chromosome integrity. Homologous recombination (HR), which utilizes a homologous template to prime DNA synthesis and to restore genetic information lost at the DNA break site, is a...
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