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Yakimov, M.M. and La Cono, V. and La Spada, G. and Bortoluzzi, G. and Messina, E. and Smedile, F. and Arcadi, E. and Borghini, M. and Ferrer, M. and Schmitt-Kopplin, P. and Hertkorn, N. and Cray, J.A. and Hallsworth, J.E. and Golyshin, P.N. and Giuliano, L. (2014) Microbial community of the deep-sea brine Lake Kryos seawater-brine interface is active below the chaotropicity limit of life as revealed by recovery of mRNA. Environmental Microbiology. DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12587 (In Press)

Yakimov, M.M. and La Cono, V. and Smedile, F. and Crisafi, F. and Arcadi, E. and Leonardi, M. and Decembrini, F. and Catalfamo, M. and Bargiela, R. and Ferrer, M. and Golyshin, P.N. and Giuliano, L. (2014) Heterotrophic bicarbonate assimilation is the main process of de novo organic carbon synthesis in hadal zone of the Hellenic Trench, the deepest part of Mediterranean Sea. Environmental Microbiology Reports. DOI: 10.1111/1758-2229.12192 (In Press)

Yakimov, M.M. and La Cono, V. and Slepak, V.Z. and La Spada, G. and Arcadi, E. and Messina, E. and Borghini, M. and Monticelli, L.S. and Rojo, D. and Barbas, C. and Golyshina, O.V. and Ferrer, M. and Golyshin, P.N. and Giuliano, L. (2013) Microbial life in the Lake Medee, the largest deep-sea salt-saturated formation. Scientific Reports, 3. p. 3554. DOI: 10.1038/srep03554

La Cono, V. and Smedile, F. and Bortoluzzi, G. and Arcadi, E. and Maimone, G. and Messina, E. and Borghini, M. and Oliveri, E. and Mazzola, S. and L'Haridon, S. and Toffin, L. and Genovese, L. and Ferrer, M. and Giuliano, L. and Golyshin, P.N. and Yakimov, M.M. (2011) Unveiling microbial life in new deep-sea hypersaline Lake Thetis. Part I: Prokaryotes and environmental settings. Environmental Microbiology, 13 ((8)). pp. 2250-2268. DOI: 10.1111/j.1462-2920.2011.02478.x

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