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101.  Modified SHI medium supports growth of a disease-state subgingival polymicrobial community in vitro.LinkIT
Lamont EI, Gadkari A, Kerns KA, To TT, Daubert D, Kotsakis G, Bor B, He X, McLean JS
Molecular oral microbiology, 2021
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102.  Molecular Detection of Microorganisms Associated with Small Mammals and Their Ectoparasites in Mali.LinkIT
Diarra AZ, Kone AK, Doumbo Niare S, Laroche M, Diatta G, Atteynine SA, Coulibaly M, Sangare AK, Kouriba B, Djimde A, Dabo A, Sagara I, Davoust B, Ranque S, Thera MA, Raoult D, Doumbo OK, Parola P
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 2020
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103.  Microbial communities network analysis of anaerobic reactors fed with bovine and swine slurry.LinkIT
Vendruscolo ECG, Mesa D, Rissi DV, Meyer BH, de Oliveira Pedrosa F, de Souza EM, Cruz LM
The Science of the total environment, 2020
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104.  Cardiorespiratory performance capacity and airway microbiome in patients following primary repair of esophageal atresia.LinkIT
Arneitz C, Windhaber J, Castellani C, Kienesberger B, Klymiuk I, Fasching G, Till H, Singer G
Pediatric research, 2020
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105.  Aestipascuomycesdupliciliberans gen. nov, sp. nov., the First Cultured Representative of the Uncultured SK4 Clade from Aoudad Sheep and Alpaca.LinkIT
Stabel M, Hanafy RA, Schweitzer T, Greif M, Aliyu H, Flad V, Young D, Lebuhn M, Elshahed MS, Ochsenreither K, Youssef NH
Microorganisms, 2020
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106.  ITGA6+ Human Testicular Cell Populations Acquire a Mesenchymal Rather than Germ Cell Transcriptional Signature during Long-Term Culture.LinkIT
Struijk RB, Mulder CL, van Daalen SKM, de Winter-Korver CM, Jongejan A, Repping S, van Pelt AMM
International journal of molecular sciences, 2020
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107.  Vaginal Microbiota Is Stable throughout the Estrous Cycle in Arabian Maress.LinkIT
Barba M, Martínez-Boví R, Quereda JJ, Mocé ML, Plaza-Dávila M, Jiménez-Trigos E, Gómez-Martín Á, González-Torres P, Carbonetto B, García-Roselló E
Animals : an open access journal from MDPI, 2020
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108.  High-throughput cultivation based on dilution-to-extinction with catalase supplementation and a case study of cultivating acI bacteria from Lake Soyang.LinkIT
Kim S, Park MS, Song J, Kang I, Cho JC
Journal of microbiology (Seoul, Korea), 2020
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109.  UV-A Irradiation Increases Scytonemin Biosynthesis in Cyanobacteria Inhabiting Halites at Salar Grande, Atacama Desert.LinkIT
Orellana G, Gómez-Silva B, Urrutia M, Galetovi? A
Microorganisms, 2020 Oct 30 Microorganisms Microorganisms UV-A Irradiation Increases Scytonemin Biosynthesis in Cyanobacteria Inhabiting Halites at Salar Grande, Atacama Desert. E1690 10.3390/microorganisms8111690 Microbial consortia inhabiting evaporitic salt nodules at the Atacama Desert are dominated by unculturable cyanobacteria from the genus Halothece. Halite nodules provide transparency to photosynthetically active radiation and diminish photochemically damaging UV light. Atacama cyanobacteria synthesize scytonemin, a heterocyclic dimer, lipid soluble, UV-filtering pigment (in vivo absorption maximum at 370 nm) that accumulates at the extracellular sheath. Our goal was to demonstrate if UV-A irradiations modulate scytonemin biosynthesis in ground halites containing uncultured Halothece sp. cyanobacteria. Pulverized halite nodules with endolithic colonization were incubated under continuous UV-A radiation (3.6 W/m2) for 96 h, at 67% relative humidity, mimicking their natural habitat. Scytonemin content and relative transcription levels of scyB gene (a key gene in the biosynthesis of scytonemin) were evaluated by spectrophotometry and quantitative RT-PCR, respectively. After 48 h under these experimental conditions, the ratio scytonemin/chlorophyll a and the transcription of scyB gene increased to a maximal 1.7-fold value. Therefore, endolithic Halothece cyanobacteria in halites are metabolically active and UV radiation is an environmental stressor with a positive influence on scyB gene transcription and scytonemin biosynthesis. Endolithobiontic cyanobacteria in Atacama show a resilient evolutive and adaptive strategy to survive in one of the most extreme environments on Earth. Orellana Gabriela G Laboratorio de Bioquímica, Depto. Biomédico, Facultad Ciencias de la Salud and Centre for Biotechnology and Bioengineering (CeBiB), Universidad de Antofagasta, Avenida Angamos N° 601, Antofagasta 12701300, Chile. Gómez-Silva Benito B 0000-0002-7611-9943 Laboratorio de Bioquímica, Depto. Biomédico, Facultad Ciencias de la Salud and Centre for Biotechnology and Bioengineering (CeBiB), Universidad de Antofagasta, Avenida Angamos N° 601, Antofagasta 12701300, Chile. Urrutia Milton M Universidad de Antofagasta, Avenida Angamos N° 601, Antofagasta 12701300, Chile. Galetovi? Alexandra A 0000-0001-9991-0781 Laboratorio de Bioquímica, Depto. 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