isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryoteeukaryote interface


Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote-eukaryote

Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote-eukaryote

The archaeon-'Candidatus Prometheoarchaeum syntrophicum' strain MK-D1-is an anaerobic, extremely slow-growing, small coccus (around 550 nm in diameter) that degrades amino acids through syntrophy. Although eukaryote-like intracellular complexes have been proposed for Asgard archaea 6 , the isolate has no visible organelle-like structure. Isolation of an archaeon at the Jan 15, 2020 · Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote–eukaryote interface. Hiroyuki Imachi 1 na1, Masaru K. Nobu 2 na1, Nozomi Nakahara 1,2,3, Yuki Morono 4, Miyuki Ogawara 1, Yoshihiro Takaki 1, Yoshinori Isolation of an archaeon at the Jan 15, 2020 · Isolation of an Asgard archaeon. Setting out to isolate uncultivated deep marine sediment microorganisms, we engineered and operated a methane-fed continuous-flow bioreactor system for more than 2,000 days to enrich such organisms from anaerobic marine methane-seep sediments 15 (Supplementary Note 1).We successfully enriched many phylogenetically Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote-eukaryote Aug 06, 2019 · Here we report the decade-long isolation of a Lokiarchaeota-related Asgard archaeon from deep marine sediment. The archaeon, “Candidatus Prometheoarchaeum syntrophicum strain MK-D1”, is an anaerobic, extremely slow-growing, small cocci (∼550 nm), that degrades amino acids through syntrophy. Although eukaryote-like intracellular complexities Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote