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      Evidence from phylogenetic and genome fingerprinting analyses suggests rapidly changing variation in Halorubrum and Haloarcula populations  [Article]

      Ram Mohan, Nikhil; Fullmer, Matthew S.; Makkay, Andrea M.; Wheeler, Ryan; Ventosa Ucero, Antonio; Naor, Adit; Gogarten, J. Peter; Papke, R. Thane (2014)
      Halobacteria require high NaCl concentrations for growth and are the dominant inhabitants of hypersaline environments above 15% NaCl. They are well-documented to be highly recombinogenic, both in frequency and in the range ...
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      Population and genomic analysis of the genus Halorubrum  [Article]

      Fullmer, Matthew S.; Soucy, Shannon M.; Swithers, Kristen S.; Makkay, Andrea M.; Wheeler, Ryan; Ventosa Ucero, Antonio; Gogarten, J. Peter; Papke, R. Thane (2014)
      The Halobacteria are known to engage in frequent gene transfer and homologous recombination. For stably diverged lineages to persist some checks on the rate of between lineage recombination must exist. We surveyed a group ...