Archives of Microbiology
Archives of Microbiology publishes papers on all areas of basic research in microbiology.
Research papers must make a significant and original contribution to
microbiology and be of interest to a broad readership. The results of any
experimental approach that meets these objectives are welcome, particularly
biochemical, molecular genetic, physiological, and/or physical investigations into
microbial cells and their interactions with their environments, including their eukaryotic hosts.
Mini-reviews in areas of special topical interest and papers on medical microbiology, ecology and systematics, including description of novel taxa, are also published.
Theoretical papers and those that report analysis of 'mining' of data are
acceptable in principle if new information, interpretation, or hypotheses
Jaewoo Yoon (October 2017)
Two distinct periplasmic enzymes are responsible for tellurite/tellurate and selenite reduction by strain ER-Te-48 associated with the deep sea hydrothermal vent tube worms at the Juan de Fuca Ridge black smokers
Identification of the zinc, copper and cadmium metalloproteome of the protozoon Tetrahymena thermophila by systematic bioinformatics
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- Archives of Microbiology
- Volume 1 / 1930 - Volume 199 / 2017
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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