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He global population of Acaryochloris species has a range of lifestyles from free-living to symbiotic and marine to terrestrial. We report here the complete genome sequence of A. marina str. MBIC11017, the first A. marina strain isolated from the Prochloron-dominated colonial ascidian Lissoclinum patella off the tropical coast of the Palau islands (3, 5). This represents a previously uncharacteriz
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He global population of Acaryochloris species has a range of lifestyles from free-living to symbiotic and marine to terrestrial. We report here the complete genome sequence of A. marina str. MBIC11017, the first A. marina strain isolated from the Prochloron-dominated colonial ascidian Lissoclinum patella off the tropical coast of the Palau islands (3, 5). This represents a previously uncharacteriz
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Possible that the means of Chl d synthesis could be completely unrelated to anything familiar in chlorophyll chemistry, it is far more likely that an enzyme has been recruited from related pathways. Major sources of interest are the large pool of proteins orthologous to ``Chl degradation'' and aromatic ring breakage,PNAS February 12, 2008 vol. 105 no. 6GENETICSFig. 2. Phylogenetic relationship of
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Cells at the site of influenza infection, it is likely that additional direct effects of innate signals guide the virusinduced B cell response. Thus, innate signals elaborated during influenza infection modulate B cell responses to infection by acting both directly on the B cells and indirectly via signaling to dendritic cells and other cells. The relative lack of TLR7- and/or inflammasome- signal
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E homologs to all known chlorophyll a biosynthesis genes. The two proteins responsible for the biosynthesis of Chl a from protoporphyrin IX, magnesium-protoporphyrin IX monomethyl ester oxidative cyclase (AcsF) and chlorophyll synthase (ChlG) (30), are highly homologous to those in other cyanobacteria, including a common conserved duplication of acsF. This indicates that Chl d is likely synthesize
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He global population of Acaryochloris species has a range of lifestyles from free-living to symbiotic and marine to terrestrial. We report here the complete genome sequence of A. marina str. MBIC11017, the first A. marina strain isolated from the Prochloron-dominated colonial ascidian Lissoclinum patella off the tropical coast of the Palau islands (3, 5). This represents a previously uncharacteriz
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Is that between pREB7 and pREB8, with 29 of pREB7 (or 38 of pREB8) nucleotides sharing 75 identity. The matching regions range from 100 to 8,500 bp with an average of 1,800 bp. Several plasmids also share a few very large homologous regions ( 10 kbp) but do not share a significant global sequence identity. The internal homology between all A. marina plasmids exceeds that seen between its plasmi
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Cystis and Nostoc at 8.4 (28.1 ) and 9.8 (36.1 ), respectively. Another possible influence on the expansion is the presence of duplicate copies of recA, an important multifunctional DNA repair and recombination enzyme found in nearly every organism (reviewed in ref. 22). There are an astounding seven distinct copies of this gene (recA) found in the A. marina genome, far greater than the previous