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    1. Vieille, C; Zeikus, GJ
      Hyperthermophilic enzymes: Sources, uses, and molecular mechanisms for thermostability

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    2. Amend, JP; Shock, EL
      Energetics of overall metabolic reactions of thermophilic and hyperthermophilic Archaea and Bacteria

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    3. Keller, M; Dirmeier, R
      Hydrogen-sulfur oxidoreductase complex from Pyrodictium abyssi

      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ENZYMES, PT B
    4. Huber, R; Stetter, KO
      Discovery of hyperthermophilic microorganisms

      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ENZYMES, PT A
    5. Swanson, RV
      Genome of Aquifex aeolicus

      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ENZYMES, PT A
    6. Nelson, KE; Eisen, JA; Fraser, CM
      Genome of Thermotoga maritima MSB8

      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ENZYMES, PT A
    7. Zhang, XF; Meining, W; Fischer, M; Bacher, A; Ladenstein, R
      X-ray structure analysis and crystallographic refinement of lumazine synthase from the hyperthermophile Aquifex aeolicus at 1.6 angstrom resolution: Determinants of thermostability revealed from structural comparisons

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Steen, IH; Madern, D; Karlstrom, M; Lien, T; Ladenstein, R; Birkeland, NK
      Comparison of isocitrate dehydrogenase from three hyperthermophiles reveals differences in thermostability, cofactor specificity, oligomeric state, and phylogenetic affiliation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Amend, JP; Plyasunov, AV
      Carbohydrates in thermophile metabolism: Calculation of the standard molalthermodynamic properties of aqueous pentoses and hexoses at elevated temperatures and pressures

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    10. Rothe, O; Thomm, M
      A simplified method for the cultivation of extreme anaerobic Archaea basedon the use of sodium sulfite as reducing agent

      EXTREMOPHILES
    11. Daniel, RM; Cowan, DA
      Biomolecular stability and life at high temperatures

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    12. Huber, R; Sacher, M; Vollmann, A; Huber, H; Rose, D
      Respiration of arsenate and selenate by hyperthermophilic archaea

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Bustard, MT; Burgess, JG; Meeyoo, V; Wright, PC
      Novel opportunities for marine hyperthermophiles in emerging biotechnologyand engineering industries

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    14. Huber, R; Huber, H; Stetter, KO
      Towards the ecology of hyperthermophiles: biotopes, new isolation strategies and novel metabolic properties

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    15. Takahata, Y; Nishijima, M; Hoaki, T; Maruyama, T
      Distribution and physiological characteristics of hyperthermophiles in theKubiki oil reservoir in Niigata, Japan

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Plotz, BM; Lindner, B; Stetter, KO; Holst, O
      Characterization of a novel lipid A containing D-galacturonic acid that replaces phosphate residues - The structure of the lipid A of the lipopolysaccharide from the hyperthermophilic bacterium Aquifex pyrophilus

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Robbins, EI
      Bacteria and Archaea in acidic environments and a key to morphological identification

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    18. Rinker, KD; Kelly, RM
      Effect of carbon and nitrogen sources on growth dynamics and exopolysaccharide production for the hyperthermophilic archaeon Thermococcus litoralis and bacterium Thermotoga maritima

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    19. Jeanthon, C
      Molecular ecology of hydrothermal vent microbial communities

      ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENERAL AND MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Kostyukova, AS; Gongadze, GM; Polosina, YY; Bonch-Osmolovskaya, EA; Miroshnichenko, ML; Chernyh, NA; Obraztsova, MV; Svetlichny, VA; Messner, P; Sleytr, UB; L'Haridon, S; Jeanthon, C; Prieur, D
      Investigation of structure and antigenic capacities of Thermococcales cellenvelopes and reclassification of "Caldococcus litoralis" Z-1301 as Thermococcus litoralis Z-1301

      EXTREMOPHILES
    21. Croocker, PC; Sako, Y; Uchida, A
      Purification and characterization of an intracellular heat-stable proteinase (pernilase) from the marine hyperthermophilic archaeon Aeropyrum pernix K1

      EXTREMOPHILES
    22. Rinker, KD; Han, CJ; Kelly, RM
      Continuous culture as a tool for investigating the growth physiology of heterotrophic hyperthermophiles and extreme thermoacidophiles

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    23. Nomura, N; Sako, Y; Uchida, A
      Reevaluation of the phylogenetic depth of the marine aerobic hyperthermophilic archaeon Aeropyrum pernix based on comparative analysis of 23S rRNA sequences

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    24. Blamey, J; Chiong, M; Lopez, C; Smith, E
      Optimization of the growth conditions of the extremely thermophilic microorganisms Thermococcus celer and Pyrococcus woesei

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    25. Driskill, LE; Kusy, K; Bauer, MW; Kelly, RM
      Relationship between glycosyl hydrolase inventory and growth physiology ofthe hyperthermophile Pyrococcus furiosus on carbohydrate-based media

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    26. Dando, PR; Stuben, D; Varnavas, SP
      Hydrothermalism in the Mediterranean Sea

      PROGRESS IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    27. Slobodkin, AI; Zavarzina, DG; Sokolova, TG; Bonch-Osmolovskaya, EA
      Dissimilatory reduction of inorganic electron accepters by thermophilic anaerobic prokaryotes

      MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Menendez, C; Bauer, Z; Huber, H; Gad'on, N; Stetter, KO; Fuchs, G
      Presence of acetyl coenzyme A (CoA) carboxylase and propionyl-CoA carboxylase in autotrophic Crenarchaeota and indication for operation of a 3-hydroxypropionate cycle in autotrophic carbon fixation

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    29. Gribaldo, S; Lumia, V; Creti, R; de Macario, EC; Sanangelantoni, A; Cammarano, P
      Discontinuous occurrence of the hsp70 (dnaK) gene among Archaea and sequence features of HSP70 suggest a novel outlook on phylogenies inferred from this protein

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    30. Stetter, KO
      Extremophiles and their adaptation to hot environments

      FEBS LETTERS
    31. VANDEVOSSENBERG JLCM; DRIESSEN AJM; KONINGS WN
      THE ESSENCE OF BEING EXTREMOPHILIC - THE ROLE OF THE UNIQUE ARCHAEAL MEMBRANE-LIPIDS

      Extremophiles
    32. BAUMANN C; JUDEX M; HUBER H; WIRTH R
      ESTIMATION OF GENOME SIZES OF HYPERTHERMOPHILES

      Extremophiles
    33. Hedderich, R; Klimmek, O; Kroger, A; Dirmeier, R; Keller, M; Stetter, KO
      Anaerobic respiration with elemental sulfur and with disulfides

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    34. HUBER H; STETTER KO
      HYPERTHERMOPHILES AND THEIR POSSIBLE POTENTIAL IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

      Journal of biotechnology
    35. GUGLIANDOLO C; MAUGERI TL
      TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN HETEROTROPHIC MESOPHILIC BACTERIA FROM A MARINE SHALLOW HYDROTHERMAL VENT OFF THE ISLAND OF VULCANO (EOLIAN ISLANDS,ITALY)

      Microbial ecology
    36. HAMANA K; NIITSU M; SAMEJIMA K; ITOH T; HAMANA H; SHINOZAWA T
      POLYAMINES OF THE THERMOPHILIC EUBACTERIA BELONGING TO THE GENERA THERMOTOGA, THERMODESULFOVIBRIO, THERMOLEOPHILUM, THERMUS, RHODOTHERMUS AND MEIOTHERMUS, AND THE THERMOPHILIC ARCHAEBACTERIA BELONGING TO THE GENERA AEROPYRUM, PICROPHILUS, METHANOBACTERIUM AND METHANOCOCCUS

      Microbios
    37. Hicks, PM; Rinker, KD; Baker, JR; Kelly, RM
      Homomultimeric protease in the hyperthermophilic bacterium Thermotoga maritima has structural and amino acid sequence homology to bacteriocins in mesophilic bacteria

      FEBS LETTERS
    38. DIRMEIER R; KELLER M; FREY G; HUBER H; STETTER KO
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF AN EXTREMELY THERMOSTABLE MEMBRANE-BOUND SULFUR-REDUCING COMPLEX FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC PYRODICTIUM-ABYSSI

      European journal of biochemistry
    39. Nelson, DC
      Recent progress in the microbiology of deep-sea hydrothermal vents and seeps

      CAHIERS DE BIOLOGIE MARINE
    40. BEAUCAMP N; SCHURIG H; JAENICKE R
      THE PGK-TIM FUSION PROTEIN FROM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA AND ITS CONSTITUENT PARTS ARE INTRINSICALLY STABLE AND FOLD INDEPENDENTLY

      Biological chemistry
    41. FARDEAU ML; PATEL BKC; MAGOT M; OLLIVIER B
      UTILIZATION OF SERINE, LEUCINE, ISOLEUCINE, AND VALINE BY THERMOANAEROBACTER-BROCKII IN THE PRESENCE OF THIOSULFATE OR METHANOBACTERIUM SP AS ELECTRON-ACCEPTORS

      Anaerobe
    42. JANNASCH HW
      BIOCATALYTIC TRANSFORMATIONS OF HYDROTHERMAL FLUIDS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Physical sciences and engineering
    43. SELIG M; XAVIER KB; SANTOS H; SCHONHEIT P
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF EMBDEN-MEYERHOF AND ENTNER-DOUDOROFF GLYCOLYTIC PATHWAYS IN HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEA AND THE BACTERIUM THERMOTOGA

      Archives of microbiology
    44. CANGANELLA F; JONES WJ; GAMBACORTA A; ANTRANIKIAN G
      BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYLOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 NOVEL DEEP-SEA THERMOCOCCUS ISOLATES WITH POTENTIALLY BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

      Archives of microbiology
    45. HARMSEN HJM; PRIEUR D; JEANTHON C
      DISTRIBUTION OF MICROORGANISMS IN DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENT CHIMNEYSINVESTIGATED BY WHOLE-CELL HYBRIDIZATION AND ENRICHMENT CULTURE OF THERMOPHILIC SUBPOPULATIONS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    46. MARTEINSSON VT; MOULIN P; BIRRIEN JL; GAMBACORTA A; VERNET M; PRIEUR D
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES TO STRESS CONDITIONS AND BAROPHILIC BEHAVIOR OF THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC VENT ARCHAEON PYROCOCCUS-ABYSSI

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    47. HARMSEN HJM; PRIEUR D; JEANTHON C
      GROUP-SPECIFIC 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA-TARGETED OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROBES TO IDENTIFY THERMOPHILIC BACTERIA IN MARINE HYDROTHERMAL VENTS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    48. RAMAKRISHNAN V; VERHAGEN MFJM; ADAMS MWW
      CHARACTERIZATION OF DI-MYO-INOSITOL-1,1'-PHOSPHATE IN THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC BACTERIUM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    49. JANNASCH HW
      SMALL IS POWERFUL - RECOLLECTIONS OF A MICROBIOLOGIST AND OCEANOGRAPHER

      Annual review of microbiology
    50. KNAPP S; DEVOS WM; RICE D; LADENSTEIN R
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF GLUTAMATE-DEHYDROGENASE FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC EUBACTERIUM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA AT 3.0 ANGSTROM RESOLUTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    51. HIRAISHI A; INAGAKI K; TANIMOTO Y; IWASAKI M; KISHIMOTO N; TANAKA H
      PHYLOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW THERMOACIDOPHILIC BACTERIUM ISOLATED FROM HOT-SPRINGS IN JAPAN

      Journal of General and Applied Microbiology
    52. CARBALLEIRA NM; REYES M; SOSTRE A; HUANG HS; VERHAGEN MFJM; ADAMS MWW
      UNUSUAL FATTY-ACID COMPOSITIONS OF THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEON PYROCOCCUS-FURIOSUS AND THE BACTERIUM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Journal of bacteriology
    53. BURGGRAF S; HUBER H; STETTER KO
      RECLASSIFICATION OF THE CRENARCHAEAL ORDERS AND FAMILIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA SEQUENCE DATA

      International journal of systematic bacteriology
    54. LEGRAIN C; VILLERET V; ROOVERS M; GIGOT D; DIDEBERG O; PIERARD A; GLANSDORFF N
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF ORNITHINE CARBAMOYLTRANSFERASE FROM PYROCOCCUS-FURIOSUS

      European journal of biochemistry
    55. MURALIDHARAN V; RINKER KD; HIRSH IS; BOUWER EJ; KELLY RM
      HYDROGEN-TRANSFER BETWEEN METHANOGENS AND FERMENTATIVE HETEROTROPHS IN HYPERTHERMOPHILIC COCULTURES

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    56. GUIPAUD O; LABEDAN B; FORTERRE P
      A GYRB-LIKE GENE FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC BACTERION THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Gene
    57. KENGEN SWM; STAMS AJM; DEVOS WM
      SUGAR METABOLISM OF HYPERTHERMOPHILES

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    58. STETTER KO
      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC PROKARYOTES

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    59. FRIEDRICH AB; ANTRANIKIAN G
      KERATIN DEGRADATION BY FERVIDOBACTERIUM PENNAVORANS, A NOVEL THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC SPECIES OF THE ORDER THERMOTOGALES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    60. HAMANA K; HAMANA H; NIITSU M; SAMEJIMA K; ITOH T
      DISTRIBUTION OF LONG LINEAR AND BRANCHED POLYAMINES IN THERMOPHILIC EUBACTERIA AND HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEBACTERIA

      Microbios
    61. KLETZIN A; ADAMS MWW
      MOLECULAR AND PHYLOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF PYRUVATE AND 2-KETOISOVALERATE FERREDOXIN OXIDOREDUCTASES FROM PYROCOCCUS-FURIOSUS AND PYRUVATE FERREDOXIN OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Journal of bacteriology
    62. SAKO Y; TAKAI K; UCHIDA A; ISHIDA Y
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE CARBOXYLASE FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEON METHANOTHERMUS-SOCIABILIS

      FEBS letters
    63. STICHT H; WILDEGGER G; BENTROP D; DARIMONT B; STERNER R; ROSCH P
      AN NMR-DERIVED MODEL FOR THE SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF OXIDIZED THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA 1[FE-4-S-4] FERREDOXIN

      European journal of biochemistry
    64. HOUSE CH; MILLER SL
      HYDROLYSIS OF DIHYDROURIDINE AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Biochemistry
    65. BLOCHL E; BURGGRAF S; FIALA G; LAURERER G; HUBER G; HUBER R; RACHEL R; SEGERER A; STETTER KO; VOLKL P
      ISOLATION, TAXONOMY AND PHYLOGENY OF HYPERTHERMOPHILIC MICROORGANISMS

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    66. SCHONHEIT P; SCHAFER T
      METABOLISM OF HYPERTHERMOPHILES

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    67. GAMBACORTA A; GLIOZZI A; DEROSA M
      ARCHAEAL LIPIDS AND THEIR BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    68. KWAK YS; KOBAYASHI T; AKIBA T; HORIKOSHI K; KIM YB
      A HYPERTHERMOPHILIC SULFUR-REDUCING ARCHAEBACTERIUM, THERMOCOCCUS SP DT1331, ISOLATED FROM A DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENT

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    69. RAGUENES G; MEUNIER JR; ANTOINE E; GODFROY A; CAPRAIS JC; LESONGEUR F; GUEZENNEC J; BARBIER G
      BIODIVERSITY OF HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEA FROM HYDROTHERMAL VENTS OF THE EAST PACIFIC RISE

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    70. ADAMS MWW; PERLER FB; KELLY RM
      EXTREMOZYMES - EXPANDING THE LIMITS OF BIOCATALYSIS

      Bio/technology
    71. ANTOINE E; GUEZENNEC J; MEUNIER JR; LESONGEUR F; BARBIER G
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTREMELY THERMOPHILIC ARCHAEBACTERIA RELATED TO THE GENUS THERMOCOCCUS FROM DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL GUAYMAS BASIN

      Current microbiology
    72. SCHURIG H; BEAUCAMP N; OSTENDORP R; JAENICKE R; ADLER E; KNOWLES JR
      PHOSPHOGLYCERATE KINASE AND TRIOSEPHOSPHATE ISOMERASE FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC BACTERIUM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA FORM A COVALENT BIFUNCTIONALENZYME COMPLEX

      EMBO journal
    73. DELATOUR CB; KALTOUM H; PORTEMER C; CONFALONIERI F; HUBER R; DUGUET M
      CLONING AND SEQUENCING OF THE GENE CODING FOR TOPOISOMERASE-I FROM THE EXTREMELY THERMOPHILIC EUBACTERIUM, THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    74. HOAKI T; NISHIJIMA M; MIYASHITA H; MARUYAMA T
      DENSE COMMUNITY OF HYPERTHERMOPHILIC SULFUR-DEPENDENT HETEROTROPHS INA GEOTHERMALLY HEATED SHALLOW SUBMARINE BIOTOPE NEAR KODAKARA-JIMA ISLAND, KAGOSHIMA, JAPAN

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    75. PRIEUR D; ERAUSO G; JEANTHON C
      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC LIFE AT DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENTS

      Planetary and space science
    76. HAMANA K; HAMANA H; ITOH T
      POLYAMINES IN THE HYDROGEN-OXIDIZING EUBACTERIA HYDROGENOBACTER, CALDEROBACTERIUM AND HYDROGENOVIBRIO AND THE SULFUR-REDUCING ARCHAEBACTERIA STYGIOLOBUS AND DESULFUROLOBUS

      Microbios
    77. LUPAS A; MULLER S; GOLDIE K; ENGEL AM; ENGEL A; BAUMEISTER W
      MODEL STRUCTURE OF THE OMP-ALPHA ROD, A PARALLEL 4-STRANDED COILED-COIL FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC EUBACTERIUM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    78. KUROSAWA N; SUGAI A; FUKUDA I; ITOH T; HORIUCHI T; ITOH YH
      CHARACTERIZATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THERMOACIDOPHILIC ARCHAEBACTERIA ISOLATED IN JAPAN

      Journal of General and Applied Microbiology
    79. KUROSAWA N; OHKURA K; HORIUCHI T; ITOH YH
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENES AND PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS OF SULFUR-DEPENDENT THERMOACIDOPHILIC ARCHAEBACTERIA

      Journal of General and Applied Microbiology
    80. BEHAMMER W; SHAO ZX; MAGES W; RACHEL R; STETTER KO; SCHMITT R
      FLAGELLAR STRUCTURE AND HYPERTHERMOPHILY - ANALYSIS OF A SINGLE FLAGELLIN GENE AND ITS PRODUCT IN AQUIFEX PYROPHILUS

      Journal of bacteriology
    81. GLUCH MF; TYPKE D; BAUMEISTER W
      MOTILITY AND THERMOTACTIC RESPONSES OF THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Journal of bacteriology
    82. MARTEINSSON VT; WATRIN L; PRIEUR D; CAPRAIS JC; RAGUENES G; ERAUSO G
      PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION, DNA SIMILARITIES, AND PROTEIN PROFILES OF 20 SULFUR-METABOLIZING HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC ARCHAEA ISOLATED FROM HYDROTHERMAL VENTS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN PACIFIC-OCEAN

      International journal of systematic bacteriology
    83. WILDEGGER G; BENTROP D; EJCHART A; ALBER M; HAGE A; STERNER R; ROSCH P
      H-1-NMR INVESTIGATION OF OXIDIZED FE4S4 FERREDOXIN FROM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA - HYPERFINE-SHIFTED RESONANCES, SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC ASSIGNMENTS AND SECONDARY STRUCTURE

      European journal of biochemistry
    84. SMITH ET; BLAMEY JM; ZHOU ZH; ADAMS MWW
      A VARIABLE-TEMPERATURE DIRECT ELECTROCHEMICAL STUDY OF METALLOPROTEINS FROM HYPERTHERMOPHILIC MICROORGANISMS INVOLVED IN HYDROGEN-PRODUCTION FROM PYRUVATE

      Biochemistry
    85. GAMBACORTA A; TRINCONE A; NICOLAUS B; LAMA L; DEROSA M
      UNIQUE FEATURES OF LIPIDS OF ARCHAEA

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    86. ACCA M; BOCCHETTA M; CECCARELLI E; CRETI R; STETTER KO; CAMMARANO P
      UPDATING MASS AND COMPOSITION OF ARCHAEAL AND BACTERIAL-RIBOSOMES - ARCHAEAL-LIKE FEATURES OF RIBOSOMES FROM THE DEEP-BRANCHING BACTERIUM AQUIFEX PYROPHILUS

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    87. GUEZENNEC J; RIMBAULT A; GODFROY A; FROMAGE M; MAREC F; ROCCHIOCIOLI F
      ORGANIC-ACIDS FORMED B AN ANAEROBIC THERM OPHILIC SULFUR-DEPENDENT ARCHAEBACTERIUM

      Oceanologica acta
    88. CANGANELLA F; JONES WJ
      FERMENTATION STUDIES WITH THERMOPHILIC ARCHAEA IN PURE CULTURE AND INSYNTROPHY WITH A THERMOPHILIC METHANOGEN

      Current microbiology
    89. CANGANELLA F; JONES WJ
      MICROBIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THERMOPHILIC ARCHAEA ISOLATED FROM THE GUAYMAS BASIN HYDROTHERMAL VENT

      Current microbiology
    90. DARIMONT B; STERNER R
      SEQUENCE, ASSEMBLY AND EVOLUTION OF A PRIMORDIAL FERREDOXIN FROM THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      EMBO journal
    91. ADAMS MWW
      BIOCHEMICAL DIVERSITY AMONG SULFUR-DEPENDENT, HYPERTHERMOPHILIC MICROORGANISMS

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    92. BONCHOSMOLOVSKAYA EA
      BACTERIAL SULFUR REDUCTION IN HOT VENTS

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    93. BURGGRAF S; MAYER T; AMANN R; SCHADHAUSER S; WOESE CR; STETTER KO
      IDENTIFYING MEMBERS OF THE DOMAIN ARCHAEA WITH RIBOSOMAL-RNA-TARGETEDOLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROBES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    94. HOAKI T; NISHIJIMA M; KATO M; ADACHI K; MIZOBUCHI S; HANZAWA N; MARUYAMA T
      GROWTH REQUIREMENTS OF HYPERTHERMOPHILIC SULFUR-DEPENDENT HETEROTROPHIC ARCHAEA ISOLATED FROM A SHALLOW SUBMARINE GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR ESSENTIAL AMINO-ACIDS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    95. HELGESON HC; AMEND JP
      RELATIVE STABILITIES OF BIOMOLECULES AT HIGH-TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES

      Thermochimica acta
    96. USENKO IA
      UTILIZATION OF SUGARS AND AMINO-ACIDS BY EXTREMELY THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC ARCHAEBACTERIUM DESULFUROCOCCUS-AMYLOLYTICUS

      Microbiology
    97. KELLY RM; BAROSS JA; ADAMS MWW
      LIFE IN BOILING WATER

      Chemistry in Britain
    98. BLAMEY JM; ADAMS MWW
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ANCESTRAL TYPE OF PYRUVATE FERREDOXIN OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC BACTERIUM, THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA

      Biochemistry
    99. SMITH ET; BLAMEY JM; ADAMS MWW
      PYRUVATE FERREDOXIN OXIDOREDUCTASES OF THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ARCHAEON, PYROCOCCUS-FURIOSUS, AND THE HYPERTHERMOPHILIC BACTERIUM, THERMOTOGA-MARITIMA, HAVE DIFFERENT CATALYTIC MECHANISMS

      Biochemistry
    100. KELLY RM; ADAMS MWW
      METABOLISM IN HYPERTHERMOPHILIC MICROORGANISMS

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek


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