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Haloarcula marismortui, eighty-four years after its discovery in the Dead Sea, Review
ROSA MARIA CAMACHO RUIZ
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Abstract— Haloarcula marismortui is one of the few halophilic microorganisms from the Archaea domain to have been thoroughly studied. This microorganism has been considered as a model for many researcher groups to understand how it is able to proliferate at extremely high salt concentration. Such studies include the purification of the first haloarchaeal enzyme, the estimation of intracellular salt concentrations, the first crystal structure for haloarchaeal ribosome, the sequencing of the second haloarchaeal genome, the sizeable (4.27 Mb) and incredibly complex genome architecture, consisting of nine replicons, and many more examples that continue to providing interest insight into this microorganism. This review discusses and analyzes essential publications concerning Haloarcula marismortui to be taken account for future works with other halophilic microorganisms and an additional effort is made to collect physiological characteristics and biotechnological applications of this organism.
International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
01-06-2014
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López, J. A. C., Córdova, D. I. C., Ruíz, R. M. C., Díaz, J. C. M., & González, J. A. R. (2014, June). Haloarcula Marismortui, Eighty-Four Years after its Discovery in the Dead Sea, Review. In International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (Vol. 3, No. 6 (June-2014)). ESRSA Publications.
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