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      A Novel Halophilic Lipase, LipBL, Showing High Efficiency in the Production of Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)  [Article]

      Pérez Gómez, Dolores; Martín Rengel, Sara; Fernández-Lorente, Gloria; Filice, Marco; Guisán, José Manuel; Ventosa Ucero, Antonio; García Gutiérrez, María Teresa; Mellado Durán, María Encarnación (Public Library of Science, 2011)
      Background: Among extremophiles, halophiles are defined as microorganisms adapted to live and thrive in diverse extreme saline environments. These extremophilic microorganisms constitute the source of a number of hydrolases ...
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      Draft Genome Sequence of the Moderately Halophilic Bacterium Marinobacter lipolyticus Strain SM19  [Article]

      Papke, R. Thane; Ruiz de la Haba, Rafael; Infante Domínguez, María del Carmen; Pérez Gómez, Dolores; Sánchez-Porro Álvarez, Cristina; Lapierre, Pascal; Ventosa Ucero, Antonio (2013)
      Marinobacter lipolyticus strain SM19, isolated from saline soil in Spain, is a moderately halophilic bacterium belonging to the class Gammaproteobacteria. Here, we report the draft genome sequence of this strain, which ...
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      Halophilic Bacteria as a source of novel hydrolytic enzymes  [Article]

      Moreno Amador, María de Lourdes; Pérez Gómez, Dolores; García Gutiérrez, María Teresa; Mellado Durán, María Encarnación (MDPI, 2013)
      Hydrolases constitute a class of enzymes widely distributed in nature from bacteria to higher eukaryotes. The halotolerance of many enzymes derived from halophilic bacteria can be exploited wherever enzymatic transformations ...