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Metabolic Versatility of the FamilyHalieaceaeRevealed by the Genomics of Novel Cultured Isolates

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Li et al. (2023). Microbiology Spectrum 11 (2)
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Litorirhabdus singularis Ts Marimicrobium litorale Litorirhabdus Seongchinamella marina Paraluminiphilus aquimaris Ts Paraluminiphilus
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Although the familyHalieaceae(OM60/NOR5 clade) is an abundant and cosmopolitan clade widely found in coastal seas and involved in interactions with phytoplankton, a limited number of cultured isolates are available. In this study, we isolated six pure culturedHalieaceaestrains from coastal seawaters and performed a comparative physiological and genomic analysis to give insights into the phylogeny and metabolic potential of this family.

Analysis of 525 Samples To Determine the Usefulness of PCR Amplification and Sequencing of the 16S rRNA Gene for Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Infections

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Fenollar et al. (2006). Journal of Clinical Microbiology 44 (3)
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“Anaerococcus massiliensis” “Anaerococcus phoceensis” “Anaerococcus timonensis” “Clostridium massiliense” “Clostridium timonense” “Peptoniphilus massiliensis”
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ABSTRACT The 16S rRNA gene PCR in the diagnosis of bone and joint infections has not been systematically tested. Five hundred twenty-five bone and joint samples collected from 525 patients were cultured and submitted to 16S rRNA gene PCR detection of bacteria in parallel. The amplicons with mixed sequences were also cloned. When discordant results were observed, culture and PCR were performed once again. Bacteria were detected in 139 of 525 samples. Culture and 16S rRNA ge

Valid publication of four additional phylum names

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Göker, Oren (2023). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 73 (9)
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“Methanofastidiosia” Thermococci Methanonatronarchaeia Methanoliparia Halobacteria Archaeoglobi
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The International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes (ICNP) now includes the phylum category. For the purpose of the valid publication of their names under the ICNP, we consider here four phyla. Slightly modified descriptions of ‘ Abditibacteriota ’ Tahon et al. 2018 and ‘ Desulfobacterota ’ Waite et al. 2020 are provided to

Zarconia navalis gen. nov., sp. nov., Romeriopsis navalis gen. nov., sp. nov. and Romeriopsis marina sp. nov., isolated from inter- and subtidal environments from northern Portugal

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Hentschke et al. (2022). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 72 (10)
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Romeriopsis Zarconia Romeriopsis marina Romeriopsis navalis T Zarconia navalis T
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The morphology, 16S rRNA gene phylogeny and 16S–23S rRNA gene ITS secondary structures of three strains of marine Cyanobacteria, isolated from inter- and subtidal environments from north Portugal were studied, resulting in the description of Zarconia navalis gen. nov., sp. nov. (Oscillatoriales incertae sedis), Romeriopsis navalis gen. nov., sp. nov. (Leptolyngbyaceae) and Romeriopsis marina sp. nov., named under the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants. No diacritical

On the evolution and physiology of cable bacteria

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Kjeldsen et al. (2019). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (38)
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Electronema Electrothrix Electrothrix communis Ts Electrothrix arhusiensis Electronema aureum Ts
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Cable bacteria of the family Desulfobulbaceae form centimeter-long filaments comprising thousands of cells. They occur worldwide in the surface of aquatic sediments, where they connect sulfide oxidation with oxygen or nitrate reduction via long-distance electron transport. In the absence of pure cultures, we used single-filament genomics and metagenomics to retrieve draft genomes of 3 marine Candidatus Electrothrix and 1 freshwater Ca.

Metagenome-assembled genomes of three Hepatoplasmataceae provide insights into isopod-mollicute symbiosis

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Kawato et al. (2023).
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Tyloplasma Hepatoplasma scabrum Tyloplasma litorale Ts Hepatoplasma vulgare Hepatoplasma crinochetorum Ts
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The digestive organs of terrestrial isopods harbor bacteria of the recently proposed mollicute family Hepatoplasmataceae. The only complete genome available so far for Hepatoplasmataceae is that of “Candidatus Hepatoplasma crinochetorum”. The scarcity of genome sequences has hampered our understanding of the symbiotic relationship between isopods and mollicutes. Here, we present four complete metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) of uncultured Hepatoplasmataceae members identified from shotgun seq

Candidatus Nitrosopolaris, a genus of putative ammonia-oxidizing archaea with a polar/alpine distribution

Citation
Pessi et al. (2022). FEMS Microbes 3
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Nitrosopolaris Nitrosopolaris wilkesensis Ts “Nitrosopolaris nunavutensis” “Nitrosopolaris kilpisjaerviensis” “Nitrosopolaris rasttigaisensis”
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Abstract Ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) are key players in the nitrogen cycle of polar soils. Here, we analyzed metagenomic data from tundra soils in Rásttigáisá, Norway, and recovered four metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) assigned to the genus ‘UBA10452’, an uncultured lineage of putative AOA in the order Nitrososphaerales (‘terrestrial group I.1b’), phylum Thaumarchaeota. Analysis of other eight previously reported MAGs and publicly available amplicon sequencing data reveale