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Publications 2007

- Muller D., Medigue C., Koechler S., Barbe V., Barakat M., Talla E., Bonnefoy V., Krin E., Arsene-Ploetze F., Carapito C., Chandler M., Cournoyer B., Cruveiller S., Dossat C., Duval S., Heymann M., Leize E., Lieutaud A., Lievremont D., Makita Y., Mangenot S., Nitschke W., Ortet P., Perdrial N., Schoepp B., Siguier P., Simeonova DD, Rouy Z., Segurens B., Turlin E., Vallenet D., Van Dorsselaer A., Weiss S., Weissenbach J., Lett MC, Danchin A. and PN Bertin (2007) A tale of two oxidation states: colonization of arsenic-rich environments revealed by the genome of Herminiimonas arsenicoxydans. Plos Genetics 3, 518-530

- Bruscella P., Appia-Ayme C., Levican G., Ratouchniak J., Jedlicki E., Holmes DS, and V. Bonnefoy (2007) Differential expression of two bc(1) complexes in the strict acidophilic chemolithoautotrophic bacterium Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans suggests a model for their respective roles in iron or sulfur oxidation. Microbiology-SGM 153, 102-110

- Slyemi D., Ratouchniak J. and V. Bonnefoy (2007) Regulation of the arsenic oxidation encoding genes of a moderately acidophilic, facultative chemolithoautotrophic Thiomonas sp. Adv. Mat. Res. 20-21, 427-430

- Duquesne K., Lieutaud A., Ratouchniak J., Yarzabal A. and V. Bonnefoy (2007) Mechanisms of arsenite elimination by Thiomonas sp. isolated from Carnoulès acid mine drainage. Eur. J. Soil Biol. 43, 351-355

- Rzhepishevska O., Valdés J., Marcinkeviciene L., Gallardo CA, Meskys R., Bonnefoy V., Holmes D. and M. Dopson (2007) Regulation of a novel Acidithiobacillus caldus gene cluster involved in reduced inorganic sulfur compound metabolism. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73, 7367-7372

- Holmes D.S. and V. Bonnefoy (2007) Genetic and bioinformatic insights into iron and sulfur oxidation mechanisms of bioleaching organisms. In Biomining. (D. E. Rawlings and B. D. Johnson, Eds.) p. 281-307 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York