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Parallel Adaptations to High Temperatures in the Archean Eon

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Parallel Adaptations to High Temperatures in the Archean Eon Samuel Blanquarta1 Bastien Boussaub1 Anamaria Necs¸uleab Nicolas Lartillota Manolo Gouyb June 9, 2008 a LIRMM, CNRS. b BBE, CNRS, Universite de Lyon I. 1These authors contributed equally to this work.

  • anamaria necs¸uleab

  • thermostability analysis

  • prokaryotic ancestors

  • most likely also

  • contributed equally

  • growth temperatures

  • cellular growth


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Parallel Adaptations to High Temperatures in the Archean Eon
Samuel Blanquarta1Bastien Boussaub1Anamaria Necs¸uleabNicolas LartillotaManolo Gouyb
June 9, 2008
aLIRMM, CNRS. bBBE,Cisrede´t,SRNvinUyoeL.nI
1Theseuathorsoctnribuetdequallytothiswork.
The
Universal
Tree
of
Life
sequence
Figure:Universal phylogenetic tree determined from rRNA comparisons [Woese, 1987]. In Procaryotic kingdoms, hyperthermophilic species are the first to diverge [Gribaldo and Brochier-Armanet, 2006], [Gaucher et al., 2003].
Hyperthermophilic
Ancestors
of
Bacteria
Figure:In silico inference of the EFtu of the bacterial vitro thermostability analysis [Gaucher et al., 2003].
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