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Physiological and transcriptome-based profile of glycosyl hydrolases from the Halophilic archaeon Halogeometricum borinquense
Since the discovery of the Archaea domain, a lot of interest has been given to study regulation of gene expression in these microorganisms. However, few reports are available that provides knowledge about how essential ...
Diversity of the Cabo Rojo solar salterns utilizing culture-dependent methods and description of two novel species
Archaea compose the third domain of life and are most notable for the ability of some to thrive in extreme environments, such environment is that of high salinity. This project focused on the culturable haloarchaeal diversity ...