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Temperature and elemental sulfur shape microbial communities in two extremely acidic aquatic volcanic environments
Aquatic environments of volcanic origin provide an exceptional opportunity to study the adaptations of microbial communities to early planet life conditions such as high temperatures, high metal concentrations, and low pH. ...
C1 compounds shape the microbial community of an abandoned century-old oil exploration well
The search for microorganisms that degrade hydrocarbons is highly relevant because it enables the bioremediation of these substances cheaply and without dangerous by-products. In this work, we studied the microbial communities ...
The putative phosphate transporter PitB (PP1373) is involved in tellurite uptake in Pseudomonas putida KT2440
Tellurium oxyanions are chemical species of great toxicity and their presence in the environment has increased because of mining industries and photovoltaic and electronic waste. Recovery strategies for this metalloid that ...