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Sorokin, D. (author), Kolganova, Tatiana V. (author), Khijniak, Tatiana V. (author), Jones, Brian E. (author), Kublanov, Ilya V. (author)
Alkaline saline soils, known also as ''soda solonchaks'', represent a natural soda habitat which differs from soda lake sediments by higher aeration and lower humidity. The microbiology of soda soils, in contrast to the more intensively studied soda lakes, remains poorly explored. In this work we investigate the diversity of culturable...
journal article 2017
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Sorokin, D.Y. (author), Toshchakov, S.V. (author), Kolganova, T.V. (author), Kublanov, I.V. (author)
Until recently, extremely halophilic euryarchaeota were considered mostly as aerobic heterotrophs utilizing simple organic compounds as growth substrates. Almost nothing is known on the ability of these prokaryotes to utilize complex polysaccharides, such as cellulose, xylan, and chitin. Although few haloarchaeal cellulases and chitinases were...
journal article 2015
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Sorokin, D.Y. (author), Tourova, T.P. (author), Kolganova, T.V. (author), Detkova, E.N. (author), Galinski, E.A. (author), Muyzer, G. (author)
Soda lake sediments usually contain high concentrations of sulfide indicating active sulfate reduction. Monitoring of sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) in soda lakes demonstrated a dominance of two groups of culturable SRB belonging to the order Desulfovibrionales specialized in utilization of inorganic electron donors, such as formate, H2 and...
journal article 2011
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Sorokin, D.Yu. (author), Tourova, T.P. (author), Kolganova, T.V. (author), Spiridonova, E.M. (author), Berg, I.A. (author), Muyzer, G. (author)
journal article 2006
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