Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes

Nolla Ardevol V, Strous M, Sorokin DY, Merkel AY, Tegetmeyer H (2012)
Journal of Biotechnology 161(2): 167-173.

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Methanogens are of biotechnological interest because of their importance in biogas production. Here we investigate the suitability of sediments from Central Asian soda lakes as inoculum for high pH methane-producing bioreactors. Methane production in these sediments was modest (up to 2.5 mu mol mL sediment), with methanol and hydrogen as the preferred substrates. The responsible methanogenic community was characterized based on mcrA gene sequences. McrA gene sequences so far specific to these habitats indicated the presence of two clusters within the orders Methanobacteriales and Methanomicrobiales, one apparently including representatives of the genus Methanocalculus and another distantly related to the genus Methanobacterium. (C) 2012 Elsevier B. V. All rights reserved.
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Nolla Ardevol V, Strous M, Sorokin DY, Merkel AY, Tegetmeyer H. Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes. Journal of Biotechnology. 2012;161(2):167-173.
Nolla Ardevol, V., Strous, M., Sorokin, D. Y., Merkel, A. Y., & Tegetmeyer, H. (2012). Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes. Journal of Biotechnology, 161(2), 167-173.
Nolla Ardevol, V., Strous, M., Sorokin, D. Y., Merkel, A. Y., and Tegetmeyer, H. (2012). Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes. Journal of Biotechnology 161, 167-173.
Nolla Ardevol, V., et al., 2012. Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes. Journal of Biotechnology, 161(2), p 167-173.
V. Nolla Ardevol, et al., “Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes”, Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 161, 2012, pp. 167-173.
Nolla Ardevol, V., Strous, M., Sorokin, D.Y., Merkel, A.Y., Tegetmeyer, H.: Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes. Journal of Biotechnology. 161, 167-173 (2012).
Nolla Ardevol, Vimac, Strous, Marc, Sorokin, Dimitry Y., Merkel, Alexander Y., and Tegetmeyer, Halina. “Activity and diversity of haloalkaliphilic methanogens in Central Asian soda lakes”. Journal of Biotechnology 161.2 (2012): 167-173.
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