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Abundant SAR11 viruses in the ocean
Zhao, Y.; Temperton, B.; Thrash, J. Cameron; Schwalbach, M.S.; Vergin, K.L.; Landry, Z.C.; Ellisman, M.; Deerinck, T.; Sullivan, M.B.; Giovannoni, S.J. (2013). Abundant SAR11 viruses in the ocean. Nature (Lond.) 494(7437): 357-360.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Zhao, Y.
  • Temperton, B.
  • Thrash, J. Cameron
  • Schwalbach, M.S.
  • Vergin, K.L.
  • Landry, Z.C.
  • Ellisman, M.
  • Deerinck, T.
  • Sullivan, M.B.
  • Giovannoni, S.J.

    Viruses are isolated from the SAR11 bacterial clade, the most abundant group of bacteria in the ocean, that were thought to be resistant to viral infection; because of the essential role of SAR11 in carbon cycling these viruses are also an important factor in biogeochemical cycling.

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