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  • Boxma, Brigitte; Ricard, Guenola; van Hoek, Angela Ham; Severing, Edouard; Moon-van der Staay, Seung-Yeo; van der Staay, Georg W. M.; van Alen, Theo A.; de Graaf, Rob M.; Cremers, Geert; Kwantes, Michiel; McEwan, Neil R.; Newbold, Charles James; Jouany, Jean-Pierre; Michalowski, Tadeusz; Pristas, Peter; Huynen, Martijn A.; Hackstein, Johannes H. P. (2007-11-16)
    Background: The hydrogenosomes of the anaerobic ciliate Nyctotherus ovalis show how mitochondria can evolve into hydrogenosomes because they possess a mitochondrial genome and parts of an electron-transport chain on the ...
  • Regensbogenova, Martina; Kisidayova, Svetlana; Michalowski, Tadeusz; Javorsky, Peter; Moon-Van Der Staay, Seung Yeo; Moon-Van Der Staay, Georg W. M.; Hackstein, Johannes. H. P.; McEwan, N. R.; Jouany, Jean-Pierre; Newbold, C. James; Pristas, Peter (2004)
    A rapid method has been developed for molecular identification of rumen ciliates without the need for cultivation. Total DNA was isolated from single protozoal cells by the Chelex method and nearly complete protozoal 18S ...
  • Kisidayova, Svetlana; Varadyova, Zora; Michalowski, Tadeusz; Newbold, C. James (2005-08)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate factors affecting mechanical- and cryo-resistance of the rumen ciliates Entodinium caudatum (E.c.), Entodinium furca monolobum (E.f.m.), Entodinium simplex (E.s.), Diplodinium ...
  • Newbold, C. James; Varadyova, Zora; Kisidayova, Svetlana; Michalowski, Tadeusz (2009-12-23)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate factors affecting mechanical- and cryo-resistance of the rumen ciliates Entodinium caudatum (E.c.), Entodinium furca monolobum (E.f.m.), Entodinium simplex (E.s.), Diplodinium ...
  • Moon-van der Staay, Seung-Yeo; Van Der Staay, Georg W. M.; Michalowski, Tadeusz; Jouany, Jean-Pierre; Pristas, Peter; Javorsky, Peter; Kišidayová, Svetlana; Varadyova, Zora; Mcewan, Neil R.; Newbold, C. Jamie; van Alen, Theo; de Graaf, Rob; Schmid, Markus; Huynen, Martijn A.; Hackstein, Johannes H. P. (2014-04)
    The evolution of sophisticated differentiations of the gastro-intestinal tract enabled herbivorous mammals to digest dietarycellulose and hemicellulose with the aid of a complex anaerobic microbiota. Distinctive symbiotic ...

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