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(PDF) Multiple Lateral Transfers of Dissimilatory Sulfite

Minz, D., J. L. Flax, S. J. Green, G. Muyzer, Y. Cohen, M. Wagner, B. E. Phylogeny of dissimilatory sulfite reductases supports an early origin of Rittmann, and D. A. Stahl. 1999. Diversity of sulfate-reducing bacteria in sulfate respiration. (PDF) Phylogenetic and environmental diversity of DsrAB Oct 24, 2014 · a DsrAB-type dissimilatory (bi)sulfite reductase that either catalyzes the reduction of sulfite to. sulfide during anaerobic respiration of sulfate, sulfite and organosulfonates, or acts in

A protein trisulfide couples dissimilatory sulfate

Dec 18, 2015 · Both pathways of sulfate reduction (fig. S1) include (bi)sulfite (HSO 3 /SO 3 2) reduction as a critical step, performed by siroheme sulfite reductases (2, 3). The dissimilatory sulfite reductases, the most widespread of which is DsrAB (35), are found in prokaryotes with a sulfur-based energy metabolism. Evolution and Ecology of Microbes Dissimilating Sulfur Wagner M, Roger AJ, Flax JL, Brusseau GA, Stahl DA (1998) Phylogeny of dissimilatory sulfite reductases supports an early origin of sulfate respiration. Expanded diversity of microbial groups that shape the Feb 21, 2018 · Phylogeny of dissimilatory sulfite reductases supports an early origin of sulfate respiration. J Bacteriol. 1998;180:297582. CAS PubMed PubMed Central Google Scholar

Molecular analysis of the distribution and phylogeny of

Dissimilatory adenosine-5'-phosphosulfate (APS) reductase (AprBA) is a key enzyme of the dissimilatory sulfate-reduction pathway. Homologues have been found in photo- and chemotrophic sulfur-oxidizing prokaryotes (SOP), in which they are postulated to operate in the reverse direction, oxidizing sulfite to APS. Multiple Lateral Transfers of Dissimilatory Sulfite Dec 20, 2020 · A large fragment of the dissimilatory sulfite reductase genes (dsrAB) was PCR amplified and fully sequenced from 30 reference strains representing all recognized lineages of sulfate-reducing bacteria. In addition, the sequence of thedsrAB gene homologs of the sulfite reducerDesulfitobacterium dehalogenans was determined. In contrast to previous reports, Overeion, purification and immunodetection of DsrD Dissimilatory sulfite reductase (DsrAB) of the sulfate-reducing bacterium Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough is an 2 2 tetramer of 180 kDa, encoded by the dsr operon. In addition to the dsrA and dsrB genes, this operon contains a gene (dsrD) encoding a protein of only 78 amino acids.Although, the function of DsrD is currently unknown, the presence of a dsrD gene has been demonstrated

Phylogeny of Dissimilatory Sulfite Reductases Supports an

Phylogeny of Dissimilatory Sulfite Reductases Supports an Early Origin of Sulfate Respiration Phylogeny of sulfate-reducing bacteria - ScienceDirectJan 01, 2000 · Phylogeny of dissimilatory sulfite reductases supports an early origin of sulfate respiration J. Bacteriol. , 180 ( 1998 ) , pp. 2975 - 2982 CrossRef Primary structure of the assimilatory-type sulfite Biochemistry All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS

Sulfite Reductase - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Guy D. Fauque, Larry L. Barton, in Advances in Microbial Physiology, 2012 2.1.4 Sulfite Reductases. Sulfite reductases represent key enzymes for both biosynthetic sulfur assimilation and dissimilation of oxyanions, such as sulfate and sulfite, for energy conservation (Fauque et al., 1991; LeGall and Fauque, 1988).Found throughout the three major kingdoms of living organisms, most of these SIR Phylogeny of dissimilatory sulfite reductases supports an Microorganisms that use sulfate as a terminal electron acceptor for anaerobic respiration play a central role in the global sulfur cycle. Here, we report the results of comparative sequence analysis of dissimilatory sulfite reductase (DSR) genes from closely and distantly related sulfate-reducing organisms to infer the evolutionary history of DSR. A 1.9-kb DNA region encoding most of the alpha