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, diverse group of bacteria (prokaryotes), sometimes called the archaea and considered a major group unto themselves. Archaebacteria are contrasted with the Eubacteria, from which they differ biochemically in the arrangement of the bases in their ribosomal RNA and
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Real-time PCR was performed to enumerate the abundance of archaeal and bacterial amoA genes at day 0, day 28, as well as the fractionated DNA from day 28 on a CFX96 Optical Real-Time Detection System (Bio-Rad, USA) using primers Arch-amoAF and Arch-amoAR (Francis et al.
Kim et al [12] first retrieved all the 16S rRNA gene sequences of both ruminal bacteria and archaea deposited in the RDP database and then conducted a meta-analysis of the retrieved sequences to examine the collective bacterial and archaeal diversity in the rumen.
Rapid detection and quantification of members of the archaeal community by quantitative PCR using fluorogenic probes.
PCR biases distort bacterial and archaeal community structure in pyrosequencing datasets.
Jan Loewe, working on understanding how bacterial and archaeal cells move cargo around within themselves by constructing protein filaments, and now works at ETH Zuerich in the laboratory of Professor Dr.
The indicative effect of structures of archaeal communities at deep-water sediment cores on natural gas hydrate: A case study from Station 973-4 in the Southwest Taiwan Basin, South China Sea.
Years later, in 1993, the team of researcher Juan Francisco Martinez Mojica of the University of Alicante, Spain, independently reported the same finding but in archaeal genomes, and described the sequences as repetitive and palindromic, which were separated from each other by means of spacer sequences, and which had a leader sequence at their start (4).
Phylogenetic analysis of bacterial and archaeal species in symptomatic and asymptomatic endodontic infections.
1993), increasing numbers of genome and transcriptome sequencing projects have resulted in the release of tens of thousands of orthologous channels in archaeal, bacterial, and eukaryotic organisms encompassing the three domains of life.
2002) Archaeal remains dominate marine organic matter from the early Albian oceanic anoxic event 1b.