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The highly conserved KEOPS/EKC complex is essential for a universal tRNA modification, t6A.
Srinivasan M, Mehta P, Yu Y, Prugar E, Koonin EV, Karzai AW, Sternglanz R
EMBO J (2011) 30: 873-881.
Category: archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, mitochondria, RNA structure, translation ¤ Added: Mar 3rd, 2011 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
A role for the universal Kae1/Qri7/YgjD (COG0533) family in tRNA modification.
El Yacoubi B, Hatin I, Deutsch C, Kahveci T, Rousset JP, Iwata-Reuyl D, G Murzin A, de Crécy-L...
EMBO J (2011) 30: 882-893.
Category: archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, mitochondria, RNA structure, translation ¤ Added: Mar 3rd, 2011 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
RNA-guided RNA cleavage by a CRISPR RNA-Cas protein complex.
Hale CR, Zhao P, Olson S, Duff MO, Graveley BR, Wells L, Terns RM, Terns MP
Cell (2009) 139: 945-56.
Category: archaea, bacteria, gene expression, gene silencing, RNA interference ¤ Added: Jan 11th, 2010 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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The impact of long-distance horizontal gene transfer on prokaryotic genome size.
Cordero OX, Hogeweg P
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2009)
Category: archaea, bacteria, genomics, HGT ¤ Added: Jan 11th, 2010 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Electron transfer in syntrophic communities of anaerobic bacteria and archaea.
Stams AJ, Plugge CM
Nat Rev Microbiol (2009) 7: 568-77.
Category: archaea, bacteria, bioenergetics, evolution, microbial colonies ¤ Added: Jan 4th, 2010 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Genetic code ambiguity: an unexpected source of proteome innovation and phenotypic diversity.
Moura GR, Carreto LC, Santos MA
Curr Opin Microbiol (2009)
Category: archaea, bacteria, Candida, eukaryotes, evolution, gene expression, translation ¤ Added: Oct 27th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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A role for the ESCRT system in cell division in archaea.
Samson RY, Obita T, Freund SM, Williams RL, Bell SD
Science (2008) 322: 1710-3.
Category: archaea, cell division ¤ Added: Jul 23rd, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Yet viruses cannot be included in the tree of life.
López-García P, Moreira D
Nat Rev Microbiol (2009)
Category: archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, evolution, metabolism, viruses ¤ Added: Jul 16th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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There is no such thing as a tree of life (and of course viruses are out!).
Raoult D
Nat Rev Microbiol (2009)
Category: archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, evolution, metabolism, viruses ¤ Added: Jul 16th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Compelling reasons why viruses are relevant for the origin of cells.
Koonin EV, Senkevich TG, Dolja VV
Nat Rev Microbiol (2009)
Category: archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, evolution, metabolism, viruses ¤ Added: Jul 16th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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