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  • Genomes of ubiquitous marine and hypersaline Hydrogenovibrio, Thiomicrorhabdus, and Thiomicrospira spp. encode a diversity of mechanisms to sustain chemolithoautotrophy in heterogeneous environments. 

    Scott, KM; Williams, J; Porter, CMB; Russel, S; Harmer, TL; Paul, JH; Antonen, KM; Bridges, MK; Camper, GJ; Campla, CK; Casella, LG; Chase, E; Conrad, JW; Cruz, MC; Dunlap, DS; Duran, L; Fahsbender, EM; Goldsmith, DB; Keeley, RF; Kondoff, MR; Kussy, BI; Lane, MK; Lawler, S; Leigh, BA; Lewis, C; Lostal, LM; Marking, D; Mancera, PA; McClenthan, EC; McIntyre, EA; Mine, JA; Modi, S; Moore, BD; Morgan, WA; Nelson, KM; Nguyen, KN; Ogburn, N; Parrino, DG; Pedapudi, AD; Pelham, RP; Preece, AM; Rampersad, EA; Richardson, JC; Rodgers, CM; Schaffer, BL; Sheridan, NE; Solone, MR; Staley, ZR; Tabuchi, M; Waide, RJ; Wanjugi, PW; Young, S; Clum, A; Daum, C; Huntemann, M; Ivanova, N; Kyrpides, N; Mikhailova, N; Palaniappan, K; Pillay, M; Reddy, TBK; Shapiro, N; Stamatis, D; Varghese, N; Woyke, T; Boden, R; Freyermuth, SK; Kerfeld, CA (Wiley, 2018-08)
    Chemolithoautotrophic bacteria from the genera Hydrogenovibrio, Thiomicrorhabdus, and Thiomicrospira are common, sometimes dominant, isolates from sulfidic habitats including hydrothermal vents, soda and salt lakes, and ...

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