Items where Author is "Albar, J.P."

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Werner, J. and Ferrer, M. and Michel, G. and Mann, A.J. and Huang, S. and Juarez, S. and Ciordia, S. and Albar, J.P. and Alcaide, M. and La Cono, V. and Yakimov, M.M. and Antunes, A. and Taborda, M. and da Costa, M.S. and Hai, T. and Glockner, F.O. and Golyshina, O.V. and Golyshin, P.N. and Teeling, H. and The MAMBA Consortium, (2014) Halorhabdus tiamatea: proteogenomics and glycosidase activity measurements identify the first cultivated euryarchaeon from a deep-sea anoxic brine lake as potential polysaccharide degrader. Environmental Microbiology, 16 ((8)). pp. 2525-2537. DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12393

Kube M., and Chernikova T.N., and Al-Ramahi, Y. and Beloqui, A. and Lopez-Cortez, N. and Guazzaroni, M-E. and Heipieper, H.J. and Klages, S. and Kotsyurbenko O.R., and Langer, I. and Nechitaylo T.Y., and Lünsdorf, H. and Fernández, M. and Juárez, S. and Ciordia, S. and Singer, A. and Kagan, O. and Egorova, O. and Petit, P.A. and Stogios, P. and Kim, Y. and Tchigvintsev, A. and Flick, R. and Denaro, R. and Genovese, M. and Albar, J.P. and Reva, O.N. and Martínez-Gomariz, M. and Tran, H. and Ferrer, M. and Savchenko, A. and Yakunin, A.F. and Yakimov, M.M. and Golyshina, O.V. and Reinhardt, R. and Golyshin, P.N. (2013) Genome sequence and functional genomic analysis of the oil-degrading bacterium Oleispira antarctica. Nature Communications, 4. p. 2156. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3156

Yakimov, M.M. and La Cono, V. and Smedile, F. and DeLuca, T. and Juarez, S. and Ciordia, S. and Fernandez, M. and Albar, J.P. and Ferrer, M. and Golyshin, P.N. and Giuliano, L. (2011) Contribution of crenarchaeal autotrophic ammonia oxidizers to the dark primary production in Tyrrhenian deep waters (Central Mediterranean Sea). ISME Journal, 5. pp. 945-961. DOI: 10.1038/ismej.2010.197

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