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Predominant archaea in marine sediments degrade detrital proteins
Lloyd, K.G.; Schreiber, L.; Petersen, D.G.; Kjeldsen, K.U.; Lever, M.A.; Steen, A.D.; Stepanauskas, R.; Richter, M.; Kleindienst, S.; Lenk, S.; Schramm, A.; Jørgensen, B.B. (2013). Predominant archaea in marine sediments degrade detrital proteins. Nature (Lond.) 496(7444): 215-218.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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    Ecology; Microbiology; Water microbiology; Marine

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  • Lloyd, K.G.
  • Schreiber, L.
  • Petersen, D.G.
  • Kjeldsen, K.U.
  • Lever, M.A.
  • Steen, A.D.
  • Stepanauskas, R.
  • Richter, M.
  • Kleindienst, S.
  • Lenk, S.
  • Schramm, A.
  • Jørgensen, B.B.

    Miscellaneous crenarchaeotal group (MCG) and marine benthic group-D (MBG-D) are among the most numerous archaea in sea-floor sediments; single-cell genomics reveals that these archaea belong to new branches of the archaeal tree and probably have a role in protein remineralization in anoxic marine sediments.

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