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Dimethyl sulfoxide-respiring bacteria in Suribati Ike, a hypersaline lake, in Antarctica and the marine environment / Masahiro Matsuzaki, Keiko Kubota, Toshio Satoh, Masayuki Kunugi, Syuhei Ban, Satoshi Imura.

Title: Dimethyl sulfoxide-respiring bacteria in Suribati Ike, a hypersaline lake, in Antarctica and the marine environment / Masahiro Matsuzaki, Keiko Kubota, Toshio Satoh, Masayuki Kunugi, Syuhei Ban, Satoshi Imura.
Author(s): Matsuzaki, Masahiro.
Kubota, Keiko.
Satoh, Toshio.
Kunugi, Masayuki.
Ban, Syuhei.
Imura, Satoshi.
Date: 2006.
In: National Institute of Polar Research. Polar Bioscience. (2006.), Vol. 20 (2006)
Abstract: Describes isolation of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) respiring bacteria from water of halocline in meromictic lake near Syowa station. All were related to known species of genus Marinobacter and clone library analysis of 16S rRNA gene sequences identified 38 of total 48 clones as Marinobacter. Studies on various anaerobic respiration capabilities by bacteria in halocline water found only DMSO respiration. Studies on bacteria with anaerobic respiration abilities in seawater from Pacific Ocean and Seto Inland Sea showed that either DMSO-respiring or nitrate-respiring bacteria were present and that all isolates capable of DMSO respiration were closely related to Vibrio species.
Notes:

National Institute of Polar Research. Polar Bioscience. Vol. 20 :73-81 (2006).

Keywords: 579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
591.12 -- Animal respiration.
556.55 -- Lakes and ponds: Suribati.
551.464.5 -- Salinity.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1956- Japanese Antarctic Research Expeditions.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 2004-06 JARE.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*73) -- Dronning Maud Land.
(*735) -- Prins Harald Kyst.
SPRI record no.: 179711

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