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  Aquifex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aquifex is a genus of bacteria, one of the few in the phylum Aquificae.
Both species of Aquifex are rod-shaped bacteria with a length of 2 to 6 µm and a diameter of around 0.5 µm.
Aquifex are thermophilic and often grow near underwater volcanoes or hot springs.
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 Aquifex - MicrobeWiki
Deep-branching bacteria of the genus Aquifex, such as Aquifex pyrophilus and Aquifex aeolicus, can grow at 95 degrees C; they are among the most extreme thermophilic bacteria known.
Because of this, Aquifex is thought to be one of the earliest bacteria to diverge from eubacteria.
Even though Aquifex has the ability to survive at extreme temperatures, there are only a few specific heat-resistance indicators evident in the A.
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 Aquificales / Genetics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
A physical map was established from genomic DNA from Aquifex pyrophilus, and a random sequence analysis was performed (Shao et al., 1994; Choi et al., 1997).
On the other hand, it was argued that if Aquifex and Thermotoga (see also Thermotogales) are truly deep branching, it is equally parsimonious to suppose that some of the features specified by the shared genes of these hyperthermophilic bacteria and archaea are primitive.
Based on recent phylogenetic analyses of archaeal genes in different bacteria, it was hypothesized that lateral gene transfer in hyperthermophiles may be as much a consequence as the cause of adaptation to hyperthermophily (Nesbø et al., 2001).
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 Sensitivity of ribosomes of the hyperthermophilic bacterium Aquifex pyrophilus to aminoglycoside antibiotics -- ...
Sensitivity of ribosomes of the hyperthermophilic bacterium Aquifex pyrophilus to aminoglycoside antibiotics -- Bocchetta et al.
Sensitivity of ribosomes of the hyperthermophilic bacterium Aquifex pyrophilus to aminoglycoside antibiotics
Aquifex ribosomes are susceptible to all of the aminoglycosides tested
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Aquifex pyrophilus pyrophilusTaxobox endAquifex is one of the few genuses
Aquifex of both species are rod-shaped bacteria with a length of 2-6 micrometers and a diameter of around half a micrometer.
Comparison of the Aquifex aeolicus genome to other organisms showed that around 16% of its genes originated from the archaea domain.
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pyrophilus is a rod-shaped bacterium with a length of 2-6 micrometers and 123bingo a diameter of around half a micrometer.
It is one of a handful of species in the Aquificae bingo phylum, an unusual group of thermophilia bacteria that are thought to be some of the oldest species in the eubacteria domain pyrophilus grows best in water between 85 to 95 °Celsius and can be found near underwater volcanoes or hot springs.
It was discovered just north of Iceland.The genome of Aquifex aeolicus, a member of the same genus, has been successfully mapped.
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 Aquifex Huber et al
The name Aquifex must be attributed to Huber and Stetter 1992 (in Huber, Wilharm, Huber, Trincone, Burggraf, König, Rachel, Rockinger, Fricke and Stetter 1992) not to Huber et al.
The name Aquifex pyrophilus must be attributed to Huber and Stetter 1992 (in Huber, Wilharm, Huber, Trincone, Burggraf, König, Rachel, Rockinger, Fricke and Stetter 1992) not to Huber et al.
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 Publication List
Choi, I.-G.; Kim, S.S.; Ryu, J.-R.; Han, Y.S.; Bang, W.-G.; Kim, S.-H.; Yu, Y.G. Random sequence analysis of genomic DNA of a hyperthermophile: Aquifex pyrophilus.
Lim, J.-H.; Yu, Y.G.; Han, Y.S.; Cho, S.; Ahn, B.-Y.; Kim, S.-H.; Cho, Y. The Crystal Structure of an Fe-Superoxide Dismutase from the Hyperthermophlile Aquifex pyrophilus at 1.9 Angstrom Resolution: Structural Basis for Thermostability.
Lim, J.-H.; Yu, Y.G.; Choi, I.-G.; Ryu, J.-R.; Ahn, B.-Y.; Kim, S.-H.; Han, Y.S. Cloning and expression of superoxide dismutase from Aquifex pyrophilus, a hyperthermophilic bacterium.
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 Energy Citations Database (ECD) - Energy and Energy-Related Bibliographic Citations
Energy Citations Database (ECD) Document #794557 - Structure and mechanism of glutamate racemase from aquifex pyrophilus
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Structure and mechanism of glutamate racemase from aquifex pyrophilus
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