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Dari dalam batu yang menyimpan fosil tersebut, mereka menemukan bakteri fototropik yang dapat menghasilkan energi dari Matahari, archaea dengan kemampuan memproduksi metana, serta gammaproteobacteria yang mengkonsumsi metana. Para peneliti pun percaya bahwa metana memegang ...
The team identified a complex group of microbes: phototrophic bacteria that would have relied on the sun to produce energy, archaea that produced methane, and gammaproteobacteria that consumed methane, a gas believed to be an important constituent of Earth's early atmosphere before oxygen was ...

But these new findings seem to have confirmed that the fossils are, in fact, of biological origin. Of the diverse species identified within the rock, the team found phototrophic bacteria, which produce energy from the sun, archaea, which produce methane, and gammaproteobacteria, which consume methane.
A class of microbes, called gammaproteobacteria, actually "protects" tumor cells from the chemotherapy's poison. The study found these bacteria in 76 percent of the pancreatic tumors they studied. Some of the bacteria, in fact, could be found inside the actual tumor cells -- not just lurking somewhere in the ...
Diverse species of intra-tumour bacteria were identified, with members of the gammaproteobacteria class (which frequently express CDD) ...
Of the 113 cancer samples, 86 had signs of bacteria present--mostly gammaproteobacteria--while only three of the 20 non-cancerous ...

The study, published in science, focused on a class of microbes known as gammaproteobacteria and looked at how an enzyme they produce ...
For the cancer samples, 86 of 113 tested positive for bacteria, mainly gammaproteobacteria, compared to three of 20 non-cancerous samples ...
Out of the first group, 86 samples showed signs of bacterial contamination (mostly gammaproteobacteria), and only 3 in the second group did ...
The team discovered that a class of bacteria called gammaproteobacteria could metabolize the chemotherapy drug, rendering it ineffective. More research revealed that a only very specific form of the bacteria, one holding a long isoform of a certain gene called CDD, could inactivate the cancer drug.
The presence of this chemo-devouring bacteria, specifically a class of bacteria called gammaproteobacteria, could explain why some ...
The team discovered that a class of bacteria called gammaproteobacteria could metabolize the chemotherapy drug, rendering it ineffective.
Of the 113 cancer samples, 86 had signs of bacteria present--mostly gammaproteobacteria--while only three of the 20 non-cancerous ...
More than 98 percent of the enzyme-producing microbes belong to the gammaproteobacteria class, which includes E. coli and about 250 ...
... found in high-salt environments like oceans, and gammaproteobacteria -- a group of microbes in the same class as E.coli and salmonella.
The most abundant classes of bacteria included gammaproteobacteria, Pseudomonadales, and Flavobacteriales. While the bacteria that were ...

Among these, gene sequencing identified 362 OTUs, the majority of which were related to the gammaproteobacteria phylum (a group of ...
German researchers discovered they hold onto high amounts of bacteria than previously thought. With gammaproteobacteria highly prevalent.
I bet you thought condoms would be all you need to save you from developing an STD. Ha, well -- you're going to hate this new study then.
We identified three distinct gammaproteobacterial clades covering diversity ranges on family to order level (the Acidiferrobacter, JTB255 and ...
Then, a class known as gammaproteobacteria became abundant. Third, the class identified as Clostridia flourished. Environmental factors ...
This included bacteria from the classes Actinobacteria, Bacilli, Clostridia, alphaproteobacteria, and gammaproteobacteria - a class known to contain a number of pathogens, such as Salmonella.
Here, genes related to heavy metal resistance were derived mainly from Actinobacteria, gammaproteobacteria, alphaproteobacteria and betaproteobacteria, which were also the main classes in sedimentary microbial communities.
"The marked reduction in gammaproteobacteria, which include typical opportunistic pathogens and the increase in phylotype richness, supports the beneficial effect of a high-dose vitamin D3 supplementation on the human gut microbiome," wrote the ...
... of 46 preterm babies who developed NEC contained significantly more gram-negative gammaproteobacteria, such as Escherichia coli, and less anaerobic bacteria, particularly Negativicutes, compared with preterm babies who did not develop the disease.
"Marinobacter was enriched with n-hexadecane," the study detailed, "and uncultured Alpha- and gammaproteobacteria populations were enriched in the polycyclic-aromatic-hydrocarbon-degrading communities and contained a broad gene set for degrading ...
We performed six separate phylogenetic analyses: one for the considered fungi and one each for the Actinobacteria, the Firmicutes, the Alpha-/beta-proteobacteria, and also the gamma-proteobacteria. For each of these groups, we compared DNA ...
gammaproteobacteria have been shown in mice and newborn infants to cause a healthy amount inflammation in their intestines, protecting them from inflammatory and autoimmune disorders later in life.
Breast milk could be doing more than just nourishing a newborn -- it could also be helping them develop healthy bacteria to protect them from disease, illness and obesity.
gammaproteobacteria have been shown in mice and newborn infants to cause a healthy amount inflammation in their intestines, protecting them from inflammatory and autoimmune disorders later in life.
In our UC sample, rRNA reads came almost exclusively from gammaproteobacteria affiliated with Pseudoalteromonas sp., with contributions from deltaproteobacteria affiliated to Desulfobacteraceae and Desulfoarculaceae, as well as Firmicutes affiliated to ...
By contrast, methanotrophic proteobacteria occur in a wide range of habitats where both methane and oxygen are available (Nazaries et al.
The gram-negative bacteria implicated in the study are classified as gammaproteobacteria and include organisms well-known for causing serious infections and driving inflammation, such as Escherichia coli (E.
... scoperto questo sistema di difesa in un batterio che si trova comunemente nelle acque marine, il Marinomonas mediterranea, un microrganismo che fa parte di una classe di microbi chiamati gammaproteobacteria e che comprende anche batteri patogeni ...
Comparable results have been reported for other alpha-, beta- and gammaproteobacteria (Rahim et al., 2000; Broughton et al.
Largest decreases in abundance from PF to AF were noted for phylotypes of the Nitrosomonadales, an ammonium-oxidizing Beta-proteobacterial taxon, and Methylococcales, a gamma-proteobacterial methane consuming taxon in line with the removal of ...
Development of the preterm infant gut microbiota is emerging as a critical research priority. Since preterm infants almost universally receive early and often extended antibiotic therapy, it is important to understand how these interventions alter gut ...
When considering the relative microbial abundances, Euryarchaeota and gammaproteobacteria were commonly found to be significantly related to the functional metabolic potentials.
Thus, anticipation that secondary metabolites from gammaproteobacteria like P. aerugeniosa may have beneficial effect on gas hydrate formation would not be an exaggeration.
... Spring Crenarchaeotic Group (THSCG), MBG-E, Deep-sea Hydrothermal Vent Euryarchaeotic Group 2 (DHVEG-2), Methanothermococcus, Archaeaoglobi, Bathyarchaeota) and bacteria (gammaproteobacteria, Nitrospirae, Aminicenantes, Calescamantes, ...
The extracted bacterial DNA belonged mainly to Bacilli and gammaproteobacteria; several Corynebacterium sequences were detected from the album paper frame sample, representing the only link with the Actinobacteria class.
EFSA has updated its database of plants that are reported to be hosts for the plant pathogen Xylella fastidiosa, which has been present in Europe since October 2013.


 

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