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Halobacterium


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Halobacterium

Halobacterium

Halobacterium

Halobacterium species NRC-1

Halobacterium species NRC-1

Halobacterium species NRC-1

Virulence in phage populations infecting Halobacterium cutirubrum

Functional expression of green fluorescent protein derivatives in Halobacterium salinarum

A procedure for the enrichment and isolation of Halobacterium

Gas vesicles isolated from Halobacterium cells by lysis in hypotonic solution are structurally weakened

An agarose-in-plug bridge method to study chemotaxis in the Archaeon Halobacterium salinarum

Formation of insoluble magnesium phosphates during growth of the archaea Halorubrum distributum and Halobacterium salinarium and the bacterium Brevibacterium antiquum

Genetic evidence for a novel thymidylate synthase in the halophilic archaeon Halobacterium salinarum and in Campylobacter jejuni

Kinetic regulation of an alkaline p-nitrophenylphosphate phosphatase from Halobacterium salinarum in low water system by Mn2+ and monovalent cations

A Two-Dimensional 1H Detected 13C NMR Investigation of Pyruvate Metabolism in Halobacterium salinarium

Poorly conserved ORFs in the genome of the archaea Halobacterium sp. NRC-1 correspond to expressed proteins

Effects of Light and Low Oxygen Tension on Pigment Biosynthesis in Halobacterium salinarum, Revealed by a Novel Method to Quantify Both Retinal and Carotenoids

Glutamate dehydrogenase of Halobacterium salinarum: evidence that the gene sequence currently assigned to the NADP+-dependent enzyme is in fact that of the NAD+-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase

Exchange of Ser-4 for Val, Leu or Asn in the sequon Asn-Ala-Ser does not prevent N-glycosylation of the cell surface glycoprotein from Halobacterium halobium

 

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(family Halobacteriaceae)

A genus of bacteria that require the presence of salt for survival and growth; in the absence of salt the cells may disintegrate. Some strains can carry out a unique type of energy-yielding process, obtaining energy directly from sunlight in a non-photosynthetic process which involves a specialized region of the cell membrane called the ‘purple membrane’.

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