Marine microbiology: SAR86: streamlined for success

Molloy, Sheilagh
February 2012
Nature Reviews Microbiology;Feb2012, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p82
Academic Journal
The article discusses a study on the roles of marine gammaproteobacterial clade SAR86 in the ocean. It references the study "Genomic insights to SAR86, an abundant and uncultivated marine bacterial lineage" by Chris Dupont and colleagues in the December 15, 2011 issue of "ISME Journal." It states that the study used the metagenomic analysis and single-cell genomics to organize the SAR86 genome sequence data. It suggests that SAR86 use proteorhodopsin to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP).


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