Summary: A phylum of ARCHAEA comprising at least seven classes: Methanobacteria, Methanococci, Halobacteria (extreme halophiles), Archaeoglobi (sulfate-reducing species), Methanopyri, and the thermophiles: Thermoplasmata, and Thermococci.

Top Publications

  1. Forterre P. DNA topoisomerase V: a new fold of mysterious origin. Trends Biotechnol. 2006;24:245-7 pubmed
    ..So, where did it come from? It is my contention that Topo V, and many other orphan proteins, could have a viral origin...
  2. Gribaldo S, Brochier Armanet C. The origin and evolution of Archaea: a state of the art. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2006;361:1007-22 pubmed present-day archaeal lineages, and a profound divergence between two major phyla, the Crenarchaeota and the Euryarchaeota, that may not have an equivalent in the other two domains of life...
  3. Randau L, Stanley B, Kohlway A, Mechta S, Xiong Y, Soll D. A cytidine deaminase edits C to U in transfer RNAs in Archaea. Science. 2009;324:657-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The presence of this C-to-U editing enzyme guarantees the proper folding and functionality of all M. kandleri tRNAs...
  4. Sasaki D, Hori T, Haruta S, Ueno Y, Ishii M, Igarashi Y. Methanogenic pathway and community structure in a thermophilic anaerobic digestion process of organic solid waste. J Biosci Bioeng. 2011;111:41-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These results imply that the microbial community in the thermophilic degrading process of organic solid waste consists exclusively of unidentified bacteria, which efficiently remove acetate through a non-aceticlastic oxidative pathway...
  5. Barberan A, Fernández Guerra A, Auguet J, Galand P, Casamayor E. Phylogenetic ecology of widespread uncultured clades of the Kingdom Euryarchaeota. Mol Ecol. 2011;20:1988-96 pubmed publisher
    ..We applied a phylogenetic ecology approach in the Kingdom Euryarchaeota (Archaea) to gain insight into the environmental distribution and evolutionary history of one of the most ..
  6. Gorlas A, Robert C, Gimenez G, Drancourt M, Raoult D. Complete genome sequence of Methanomassiliicoccus luminyensis, the largest genome of a human-associated Archaea species. J Bacteriol. 2012;194:4745 pubmed publisher
    ..The genome data of M. luminyensis reveal unique features and horizontal gene transfer events, which might have occurred during its adaptation and/or evolution in the human ecosystem...
  7. Zandvoort M, Geerts R, Lettinga G, Lens P. Effect of long-term cobalt deprivation on methanol degradation in a methanogenic granular sludge bioreactor. Biotechnol Prog. 2002;18:1233-9 pubmed
    ..Upon omission of the cobalt addition, cobalt washed-out at a stable rate of 0.1 microg x g VSS(-1) x d(-1). At the end of the run, the cobalt concentration of the sludge was similar to that of the seed sludge...
  8. Robbins J, McKinney M, Guzman C, Sriratana B, Fitz Gibbon S, Ha T, et al. The euryarchaeota, nature's medium for engineering of single-stranded DNA-binding proteins. J Biol Chem. 2005;280:15325-39 pubmed
    ..Here we show that unlike these groups of organisms, the Euryarchaeota has exploited the potential in the OB fold to re-invent single-stranded DNA-binding proteins many times...
  9. Ashby M. Distribution, structure and diversity of "bacterial" genes encoding two-component proteins in the Euryarchaeota. Archaea. 2006;2:11-30 pubmed

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  1. Bomberg M, Timonen S. Distribution of cren- and euryarchaeota in scots pine mycorrhizospheres and boreal forest humus. Microb Ecol. 2007;54:406-16 pubmed
    ..Most of the archaeal sequences encountered in mycorrhizas belonged to the phylum Euryarchaeota, order of Halobacteriales...
  2. Hao D, Tashiro T, Kato M, Sohrin R, Ishibashi T, Katsuyama C, et al. Population dynamics of Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota in the mixing front of river and marine waters. Microbes Environ. 2010;25:126-32 pubmed
    ..Suruga Bay, Japan, was examined between 2005 and 2009 to reveal the population dynamics of Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota in an estuary environment...
  3. Brochier C, Forterre P, Gribaldo S. Archaeal phylogeny based on proteins of the transcription and translation machineries: tackling the Methanopyrus kandleri paradox. Genome Biol. 2004;5:R17 pubmed
    ..We analyzed archaeal phylogeny using two concatenated datasets consisting of 14 proteins involved in transcription and 53 ribosomal proteins (3,275 and 6,377 positions, respectively)...
  4. Moran J, House C, Freeman K, Ferry J. Trace methane oxidation studied in several Euryarchaeota under diverse conditions. Archaea. 2005;1:303-9 pubmed
  5. Baker B, Tyson G, Webb R, Flanagan J, Hugenholtz P, Allen E, et al. Lineages of acidophilic archaea revealed by community genomic analysis. Science. 2006;314:1933-5 pubmed
    ..45 micrometers in diameter is dominated by these organisms. Transmission electron microscope images revealed that the cells are pleomorphic with unusual folded membrane protrusions and have apparent volumes of <0.006 cubic micrometer...
  6. Takai K, Nakamura K, Toki T, Tsunogai U, Miyazaki M, Miyazaki J, et al. Cell proliferation at 122 degrees C and isotopically heavy CH4 production by a hyperthermophilic methanogen under high-pressure cultivation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:10949-54 pubmed publisher
    ..4 per thousand, which is one of the smallest effects ever reported. This observation will shed light on the sources and production mechanisms of deep-sea methane...
  7. Iverson V, Morris R, Frazar C, Berthiaume C, Morales R, Armbrust E. Untangling genomes from metagenomes: revealing an uncultured class of marine Euryarchaeota. Science. 2012;335:587-90 pubmed publisher
    ..We closed a genome representing the as-yet uncultured marine group II Euryarchaeota, assembled de novo from 1.7% of a metagenome sequenced from surface seawater...
  8. Paul K, Nonoh J, Mikulski L, Brune A. "Methanoplasmatales," Thermoplasmatales-related archaea in termite guts and other environments, are the seventh order of methanogens. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012;78:8245-53 pubmed publisher
    The Euryarchaeota comprise both methanogenic and nonmethanogenic orders and many lineages of uncultivated archaea with unknown properties...
  9. Purdy K. The distribution and diversity of Euryarchaeota in termite guts. Adv Appl Microbiol. 2007;62:63-80 pubmed
  10. Spang A, Hatzenpichler R, Brochier Armanet C, Rattei T, Tischler P, Spieck E, et al. Distinct gene set in two different lineages of ammonia-oxidizing archaea supports the phylum Thaumarchaeota. Trends Microbiol. 2010;18:331-40 pubmed publisher
  11. Fujishima K, Sugahara J, Miller C, Baker B, Di Giulio M, Takesue K, et al. A novel three-unit tRNA splicing endonuclease found in ultrasmall Archaea possesses broad substrate specificity. Nucleic Acids Res. 2011;39:9695-704 pubmed publisher
    ..Unlike other ARMAN and Euryarchaeota, tRNAs found in ARMAN-2 are highly disrupted by introns at various positions, which again resemble the ..
  12. Breitung J, B rner G, Scholz S, Linder D, Stetter K, Thauer R. Salt dependence, kinetic properties and catalytic mechanism of N-formylmethanofuran:tetrahydromethanopterin formyltransferase from the extreme thermophile Methanopyrus kandleri. Eur J Biochem. 1992;210:971-81 pubmed
    ..The properties of the enzyme from M. kandleri are compared with those of formyltransferase from Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum, Methanosarcina barkeri and Archaeoglobus fulgidus...
  13. White R. A novel biosynthesis of medium chain length alpha-ketodicarboxylic acids in methanogenic archaebacteria. Arch Biochem Biophys. 1989;270:691-7 pubmed
  14. Slesarev A, Belova G, Kozyavkin S, Lake J. Evidence for an early prokaryotic origin of histones H2A and H4 prior to the emergence of eukaryotes. Nucleic Acids Res. 1998;26:427-30 pubmed
    ..These results imply an early divergence within the histone gene family prior to the emergence of eukaryotes and may represent an evolutionary step leading to eukaryotic histones...
  15. Sekiguchi Y, Kamagata Y, Nakamura K, Ohashi A, Harada H. Fluorescence in situ hybridization using 16S rRNA-targeted oligonucleotides reveals localization of methanogens and selected uncultured bacteria in mesophilic and thermophilic sludge granules. Appl Environ Microbiol. 1999;65:1280-8 pubmed
    ..These results revealed the spatial organizations of methanogens and uncultivated bacteria and their in situ morphologies and metabolic functions in both mesophilic and thermophilic granular sludges...
  16. Tajima K, Nagamine T, Matsui H, Nakamura M, Aminov R. Phylogenetic analysis of archaeal 16S rRNA libraries from the rumen suggests the existence of a novel group of archaea not associated with known methanogens. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2001;200:67-72 pubmed
    ..Phylogenetic placement of eight almost complete 16S rRNA sequences revealed the existence of a novel cluster of the rumen Euryarchaeota, which is not affiliated with the known methanogenic archaea.
  17. Fahrner R, Cascio D, Lake J, Slesarev A. An ancestral nuclear protein assembly: crystal structure of the Methanopyrus kandleri histone. Protein Sci. 2001;10:2002-7 pubmed
    ..Based on the spatial similarities to structural ms found in the eukaryotic nucleosome that are important for DNA-binding, we infer that the Methanopyrus histone binds DNA in a manner similar to the eukaryotic histone tetramer [H3-H4](2)...
  18. Slesarev A, Mezhevaya K, Makarova K, Polushin N, Shcherbinina O, Shakhova V, et al. The complete genome of hyperthermophile Methanopyrus kandleri AV19 and monophyly of archaeal methanogens. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:4644-9 pubmed
    ..Also, M. kandleri appears to have fewer genes acquired via lateral transfer than other archaea. These features might reflect the extreme habitat of this organism...
  19. Galagan J, Nusbaum C, Roy A, Endrizzi M, Macdonald P, FitzHugh W, et al. The genome of M. acetivorans reveals extensive metabolic and physiological diversity. Genome Res. 2002;12:532-42 pubmed
    ..acetivorans a powerful model organism for the study of archaeal biology. [Sequence, data, annotations and analyses are available at]..
  20. Krah R, Kozyavkin S, Slesarev A, Gellert M. A two-subunit type I DNA topoisomerase (reverse gyrase) from an extreme hyperthermophile. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1996;93:106-10 pubmed
    ..The appearance of this unique structure in a highly conserved enzyme family supports the hypothesis that the methanogens branched from other prokaryotes and eukaryotes very early in evolution...
  21. Abreu C, Jurgens G, De Marco P, Saano A, Bordalo A. Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota in temperate estuarine sediments. J Appl Microbiol. 2001;90:713-8 pubmed
    ..The aim was therefore to assess the presence and diversity of Archaea in the sediments of the river Douro estuary (Portugal), relating the results obtained to ecological data...
  22. Friedrich M, Schmitt Wagner D, Lueders T, Brune A. Axial differences in community structure of Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota in the highly compartmentalized gut of the soil-feeding termite Cubitermes orthognathus. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2001;67:4880-90 pubmed
    ..We discuss how the spatial distribution of methanogenic populations may be linked to axial heterogeneity in the physicochemical gut conditions and to functional adaptations to their respective ecological niches...
  23. Schink B. Anaerobic digestion: concepts, limits and perspectives. Water Sci Technol. 2002;45:1-8 pubmed
    ..Thus, anaerobic digestion is still a matter of fast increasing knowledge, both on the side of basic research as well as on the side of application in treatment of soil, waste materials, or in understanding complex living communities. ..
  24. Agapakis C, Boyle P, Silver P. Natural strategies for the spatial optimization of metabolism in synthetic biology. Nat Chem Biol. 2012;8:527-35 pubmed publisher
    ..This review highlights natural and synthetic examples of three-dimensional metabolism both inter- and intracellularly, offering tools and perspectives for biological design. ..
  25. Moissl Eichinger C, Păuşan M, Taffner J, Berg G, Bang C, Schmitz R. Archaea Are Interactive Components of Complex Microbiomes. Trends Microbiol. 2018;26:70-85 pubmed publisher
    ..Species of the Euryarchaeota (methanogens, halophiles) and Thaumarchaeota, in particular, have the capacity to coexist in plant, animal, ..
  26. Kalyuzhnaya M, Lidstrom M, Chistoserdova L. Utility of environmental primers targeting ancient enzymes: methylotroph detection in Lake Washington. Microb Ecol. 2004;48:463-72 pubmed
    ..In addition, sequences divergent from those known for any groups of methylotrophs or methanogens were obtained, suggesting the presence of a yet unidentified microbial group possessing this H4MPT-linked C1 transfer pathway...
  27. Nazina T, Shestakova N, Grigor ian A, Mikhaĭlova E, Turova T, Poltaraus A, et al. [Phylogenetic diversity and activity of anaerobic microorganisms of high-temperature horizons of the Dagang Oilfield (China)]. Mikrobiologiia. 2006;75:70-81 pubmed
  28. Zhang Y, Chen L, Sun R, Dai T, Tian J, Liu R, et al. Effect of wastewater disposal on the bacterial and archaeal community of sea sediment in an industrial area in China. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2014;88:320-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Archaeal phyla Euryarchaeota and Thaumarchaeota dominated the activated sludge and sediment samples, respectively...
  29. Evans P, Parks D, Chadwick G, Robbins S, Orphan V, Golding S, et al. Methane metabolism in the archaeal phylum Bathyarchaeota revealed by genome-centric metagenomics. Science. 2015;350:434-8 pubmed publisher
    ..but, until now, no compelling evidence has existed for methane metabolism in archaea outside the phylum Euryarchaeota. We performed metagenomic sequencing of a deep aquifer, recovering two near-complete genomes belonging to the ..
  30. Liu Y, Priscu J, Xiong J, Conrad R, Vick Majors T, Chu H, et al. Salinity drives archaeal distribution patterns in high altitude lake sediments on the Tibetan Plateau. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2016;92: pubmed publisher
    ..largest plateau and found diverse archaeal assemblages that clustered into groups dominated by methanogenic Euryarchaeota, Crenarchaeota and Halobacteria/mixed euryarchaeal phylotypes...
  31. Han D, Nam S, Kim J, Stein R, Niessen F, Joe Y, et al. Inference on Paleoclimate Change Using Microbial Habitat Preference in Arctic Holocene Sediments. Sci Rep. 2017;7:9652 pubmed publisher
    ..The vertically distributed predominant populations of Gammaproteobacteria and Marine Group II Euryarchaeota (MG-II) were consistent with patterns of the known global SMTZs...
  32. Archibald J, Roger A. Gene conversion and the evolution of euryarchaeal chaperonins: a maximum likelihood-based method for detecting conflicting phylogenetic signals. J Mol Evol. 2002;55:232-45 pubmed
    ..Our approach is relatively insensitive to the presence of divergent sequences in the alignment, making it ideal for detecting recombination between both closely and distantly related genes. ..
  33. Rincon B, Raposo F, Borja R, Gonzalez J, Portillo M, Saiz Jimenez C. Performance and microbial communities of a continuous stirred tank anaerobic reactor treating two-phases olive mill solid wastes at low organic loading rates. J Biotechnol. 2006;121:534-43 pubmed
    ..Other bacterial groups detected in the bioreactor were the Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes and Deferribacteres. Among the Archaea, the methanogen Methanosaeta concilii was the most representative species. ..
  34. Lin Y, Robbins J, Nyannor E, Chen Y, Cann I. A CCCH zinc finger conserved in a replication protein a homolog found in diverse Euryarchaeotes. J Bacteriol. 2005;187:7881-9 pubmed
    ..of zinc finger domain in a replication protein A (RPA) homolog found in members of different lineages of the Euryarchaeota, a subdomain of Archaea. The zinc finger is characterized by CX(2)CX(8)CX(2)H, where X is any amino acid...
  35. Nunoura T, Oida H, Toki T, Ashi J, Takai K, Horikoshi K. Quantification of mcrA by quantitative fluorescent PCR in sediments from methane seep of the Nankai Trough. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2006;57:149-57 pubmed
    ..This quantification method will contribute to future investigations of methanotrophic microbial ecosystems in anoxic marine sediments. ..
  36. Bergmann G. Microbial community composition along the digestive tract in forage- and grain-fed bison. BMC Vet Res. 2017;13:253 pubmed publisher
    ..intestine, with Bacteroidetes reaching their lowest relative abundance in that region, while Firmicutes and Euryarchaeota attained their highest relative abundances there...
  37. McHugh S, Carton M, Mahony T, O Flaherty V. Methanogenic population structure in a variety of anaerobic bioreactors. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2003;219:297-304 pubmed
  38. Pack S, Yoo Y. Protein thermostability: structure-based difference of amino acid between thermophilic and mesophilic proteins. J Biotechnol. 2004;111:269-77 pubmed
    ..could be critical factors related with protein thermostability. ..
  39. Pieja A, Sundstrom E, Criddle C. Cyclic, alternating methane and nitrogen limitation increases PHB production in a methanotrophic community. Bioresour Technol. 2012;107:385-92 pubmed publisher
    ..It was concluded that repeated nitrogen and methane limitations favored PHB accumulation in strain OBBP and provided it with a competitive advantage under the conditions imposed. ..
  40. Guerrero Feijóo E, Nieto Cid M, Sintes E, Dobal Amador V, Hernando Morales V, Alvarez M, et al. Optical properties of dissolved organic matter relate to different depth-specific patterns of archaeal and bacterial community structure in the North Atlantic Ocean. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2017;93: pubmed
    ..Microbial (archaeal and bacterial) community structure was vertically stratified. Among the Archaea, Euryarchaeota, especially Thermoplasmata, was dominant in the intermediate waters and decreased with depth, whereas marine ..
  41. Dhaked R, Waghmare C, Alam S, Kamboj D, Singh L. Effect of propionate toxicity on methanogenesis of night soil at phychrophilic temperature. Bioresour Technol. 2003;87:299-303 pubmed
    ..Total volatile fatty acids increased with the increase in propionate concentration and particularly accumulation of propionate was observed. The results were also compared with the 30 degrees C fermentation. ..
  42. Krakat N, Schmidt S, SCHERER P. Mesophilic fermentation of renewable biomass: does hydraulic retention time regulate methanogen diversity?. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2010;76:6322-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Multidimensional scaling revealed that a rapid decrease in hydraulic retention time resulted in increased species richness, which in turn led to slightly higher CH(4) yields. ..
  43. Fagervold S, Galand P, Zbinden M, Gaill F, Lebaron P, Palacios C. Sunken woods on the ocean floor provide diverse specialized habitats for microorganisms. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2012;82:616-28 pubmed publisher
    ..We also include a detailed discussion on novel archaeal and bacterial phylotypes in this newly explored biohabitat. ..
  44. Angenent L, Sung S, Raskin L. Methanogenic population dynamics during startup of a full-scale anaerobic sequencing batch reactor treating swine waste. Water Res. 2002;36:4648-54 pubmed
    ..Anaerobic digestion at total ammonia-N levels exceeding 3500mg l(-1) was sustainable apparently due to the acclimation of hydrogen-utilizing methanogens to high ammonia levels. ..
  45. Breuker A, Stadler S, Schippers A. Microbial community analysis of deeply buried marine sediments of the New Jersey shallow shelf (IODP Expedition 313). FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2013;85:578-92 pubmed publisher
    ..isolated 16S rRNA gene sequences of Archaea in clone libraries could be allocated to the phyla Thaumarchaeota, Euryarchaeota, and Crenarchaeota with 1%, 14%, and 85%, respectively...
  46. Zhou Z, Meng Q, Li S, Jiang L, Wu H. Effect of urea-supplemented diets on the ruminal bacterial and archaeal community composition of finishing bulls. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2017;101:6205-6216 pubmed publisher
    ..0092 and P = 0.0222, respectively). For archaea, the most abundant phylum was Euryarchaeota (99.81% of the sequence reads), and the most abundant genus was Methanobrevibacter (90...
  47. Thomas P, Sekhar A. Cultivation Versus Molecular Analysis of Banana (Musa sp.) Shoot-Tip Tissue Reveals Enormous Diversity of Normally Uncultivable Endophytic Bacteria. Microb Ecol. 2017;73:885-899 pubmed publisher
    ..Cyanobacteria, and minor shares (<1 %) of 14 phyla including several candidate phyla besides the domain Euryarchaeota (0.2 %)...
  48. Upadhyay V, Demmer U, Warkentin E, Moll J, Shima S, Ermler U. Structure and catalytic mechanism of N(5),N(10)-methenyl-tetrahydromethanopterin cyclohydrolase. Biochemistry. 2012;51:8435-43 pubmed publisher
    ..For comparison, methenyltetrahydrofolate (H(4)F) cyclohydrolase produces N(10)-formyl-H(4)F in an analogous reaction. An enzymatic mechanism of Mch is postulated and compared with that of other cyclohydrolases. ..
  49. Chen Y, Jiang X, Xiao K, Shen N, Zeng R, Zhou Y. Enhanced volatile fatty acids (VFAs) production in a thermophilic fermenter with stepwise pH increase - Investigation on dissolved organic matter transformation and microbial community shift. Water Res. 2017;112:261-268 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggested that the dominance of Clostridia was highly related to acidification extent. The relative abundance of Euryarchaeota decreased significantly from 58% to 2% with increased pH.
  50. Soliva C, Hindrichsen I, Meile L, Kreuzer M, Machmuller A. Effects of mixtures of lauric and myristic acid on rumen methanogens and methanogenesis in vitro. Lett Appl Microbiol. 2003;37:35-9 pubmed
    ..The results support strategies for an environment-friendly ruminant nutrition as it was demonstrated that part of the less palatable C12 could be replaced by C14 without losing its methane-suppressing potential. ..
  51. Raghavan T, Furtado I. Expression of carotenoid pigments of haloarchaeal cultures exposed to aniline. Environ Toxicol. 2005;20:165-9 pubmed
    ..This is the first report examining the effect of an aromatic pollutant such as aniline on the growth and pigmentation of haloarchaeal cultures. ..
  52. Kubota K, Imachi H, Kawakami S, Nakamura K, Harada H, Ohashi A. Evaluation of enzymatic cell treatments for application of CARD-FISH to methanogens. J Microbiol Methods. 2008;72:54-9 pubmed
    ..The detection rate of Archaea by CARD-FISH increased remarkably after the treatment. Based on the results obtained in this study, we propose PeiW treatment as a novel permeabilization method for CARD-FISH application to methanogens. ..
  53. Fermoso F, Collins G, Bartacek J, Lens P. Zinc deprivation of methanol fed anaerobic granular sludge bioreactors. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 2008;35:543-57 pubmed publisher
    ..1 g COD-MeOH L(-1)) as well. This study shows that zinc limitation can induce failure of methanol fed UASB reactors due to acidification, which cannot be restored by resuming the continuous supply of the deprived metal. ..
  54. Shcherbakova V, Yoshimura Y, Ryzhmanova Y, Taguchi Y, Segawa T, Oshurkova V, et al. Archaeal communities of Arctic methane-containing permafrost. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2016;92: pubmed publisher
    ..of the sequences showed the presence of archaea in all studied samples; 60%-95% of sequences belonged to the Euryarchaeota. Methanogenic archaea were novel representatives of Methanosarcinales, Methanomicrobiales, Methanobacteriales ..
  55. Antony R, Sanyal A, Kapse N, Dhakephalkar P, Thamban M, Nair S. Microbial communities associated with Antarctic snow pack and their biogeochemical implications. Microbiol Res. 2016;192:192-202 pubmed publisher
    ..Actinobacteria, Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes, Deinococcus-Thermus, Planctomycetes, Verrucomicrobia), archaea (Euryarchaeota), and eukarya (Basidiomycota, Ascomycota, Cryptomycota and Rhizaria) were detected through culture-dependent ..
  56. Grießmeier V, Bremges A, McHardy A, Gescher J. Investigation of different nitrogen reduction routes and their key microbial players in wood chip-driven denitrification beds. Sci Rep. 2017;7:17028 pubmed publisher
    ..the development of an archaeal community consisting of members of the Bathyarchaeota and methanogens belonging to the Euryarchaeota. Unexpectedly, the activity of the methanogens positively correlated with the nitrate loading rates.
  57. Tang Y, Matsui T, Morimura S, Wu X, Kida K. Effect of temperature on microbial community of a glucose-degrading methanogenic consortium under hyperthermophilic chemostat cultivation. J Biosci Bioeng. 2008;106:180-7 pubmed publisher
  58. Rhodes M, Oren A, House C. Dynamics and persistence of Dead Sea microbial populations as shown by high-throughput sequencing of rRNA. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012;78:2489-92 pubmed publisher
    ..Significant population shifts were observed during the bloom, and surprisingly a signature from the bloom was retained 15 years later. ..
  59. Hirata A, Fujishima K, Yamagami R, Kawamura T, Banfield J, Kanai A, et al. X-ray structure of the fourth type of archaeal tRNA splicing endonuclease: insights into the evolution of a novel three-unit composition and a unique loop involved in broad substrate specificity. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012;40:10554-66 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest that the broad substrate specificities of ?2 and ?2?2 EndAs were separately acquired through different evolutionary processes. ..
  60. Watanabe K, Koyama M, Ueda J, Ban S, Kurosawa N, Toda T. Effect of operating temperature on anaerobic digestion of the Brazilian waterweed Egeria densa and its microbial community. Anaerobe. 2017;47:8-17 pubmed publisher
    ..In the archaeal community, Methanosaeta concilii (40%), Methanolinea sp. (17%), and unclassified euryarchaeota (43%) were detected under mesophilic condition...
  61. Yan Z, Yuan Z, Ni J, Gu L, Shen Y. Crystal structure of the crenarchaeal ExoIII AP endonuclease SisExoIII reveals a conserved disulfide bond endowing the protein with thermostability. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2017;490:774-779 pubmed publisher
    ..However, relatively fewer have been studied in Euryarchaeota and there is no such report on an AP endonuclease from Crenarchaeota...
  62. Liu T, Sung S. Ammonia inhibition on thermophilic aceticlastic methanogens. Water Sci Technol. 2002;45:113-20 pubmed
    ..The highest methanogenic activity was always observed at a pH of 7.0-7.5. 5) It was also observed that acclimation could increase the pH tolerance range, which made methanogens less sensitive to pH changes. ..
  63. Furukawa K. 'Super bugs' for bioremediation. Trends Biotechnol. 2003;21:187-90 pubmed
    ..Recently three interesting papers on halorespiration and polychlorinated biphenyl biodegradation were published. ..
  64. Zhang T, Ke S, Liu Y, Fang H. Microbial characteristics of a methanogenic phenol-degrading sludge. Water Sci Technol. 2005;52:73-8 pubmed
  65. O Reilly J, Lee C, Chinalia F, Collins G, Mahony T, O Flaherty V. Microbial community dynamics associated with biomass granulation in low-temperature (15 degrees C) anaerobic wastewater treatment bioreactors. Bioresour Technol. 2010;101:6336-44 pubmed publisher
  66. McAllister T, Meale S, Valle E, Guan L, Zhou M, Kelly W, et al. RUMINANT NUTRITION SYMPOSIUM: Use of genomics and transcriptomics to identify strategies to lower ruminal methanogenesis. J Anim Sci. 2015;93:1431-49 pubmed publisher
  67. Farías M, Rasuk M, Gallagher K, Contreras M, Kurth D, Fernández A, et al. Prokaryotic diversity and biogeochemical characteristics of benthic microbial ecosystems at La Brava, a hypersaline lake at Salar de Atacama, Chile. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0186867 pubmed publisher
    ..All the ecosystems revealed an unusual community where Euryarchaeota, Crenarchaeota, Acetothermia, Firmicutes and Planctomycetes were the most abundant groups, and cyanobacteria, ..
  68. Colleran E, Pender S. Mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic digestion of sulphate-containing wastewaters. Water Sci Technol. 2002;45:231-5 pubmed
    ..By contrast, an organism closely related to Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum was the dominant methanogen present in the sulphate-fed reactor on completion of the thermophilic trial. ..
  69. Guerrero Barajas C, Field J. Riboflavin- and cobalamin-mediated biodegradation of chloroform in a methanogenic consortium. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2005;89:539-50 pubmed
    ..The results taken as a whole suggest that the anaerobic bioremediation of CF-contaminated sites can greatly be improved with strategies aimed at increasing the concentration of redox active vitamins. ..
  70. Falb M, Muller K, Königsmaier L, Oberwinkler T, Horn P, von Gronau S, et al. Metabolism of halophilic archaea. Extremophiles. 2008;12:177-96 pubmed publisher
    ..The carefully assessed metabolic data represent a reliable resource for future system biology approaches as it also links to current experimental data on (halo)archaea from the literature. ..
  71. Domingues M, Araujo J, Varesche M, Vazoller R. Evaluation of thermophilic anaerobic microbial consortia using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH). Water Sci Technol. 2002;45:27-33 pubmed
    ..The percentage of sulfate-reducing bacteria cells (SRB) ranged from 12.2% (+/-2.5) to 21.7% (+/-2.8) in the biofilms and from 13.3% (+/-3.6) to 21.7% (+/-4.3) of the DAPI stained cells in suspension culture. ..
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