Thermus Sediminis Sp. Nov., A Thiosulfate-oxidizing and Arsenate-Reducing Organism Isolated from Little Hot Creek in the Long Valley Caldera, California
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Thermus species are widespread in natural and artificial thermal environments. Two new yellow-pigmented strains, L198T and L423, isolated from Little Hot Creek, a geothermal spring in eastern California, were identified as novel organisms belonging to the genus Thermus. Cells are Gram-negative, rod-shaped, and non-motile. Growth was observed at temperatures from 45 to 75 °C and at salinities of 0–2.0% added NaCl. Both strains grow heterotrophically or chemolithotrophically by oxidation of thiosulfate to sulfate. L198T and L423 grow by aerobic respiration or anaerobic respiration with arsenate as the terminal electron acceptor... See full text for full abstract.
Thermus sediminis sp. nov.; Thermophile; Polyphasic taxonomy; Genome sequencing; Geothermal springs; Little Hot Creek
Genetics and Genomics | Geology
Mefferd, C. C.,
Thomas, S. C.,
Adegboruwa, A. L.,
Murugapiran, S. K.,
Dodsworth, J. A.,
Hedlund, B. P.
Thermus Sediminis Sp. Nov., A Thiosulfate-oxidizing and Arsenate-Reducing Organism Isolated from Little Hot Creek in the Long Valley Caldera, California.