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Salinispora
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Fenicalii
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Goodfellowii
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Mooreana
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Oceanensis
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Vitiensis
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Cortesiana
''Salinispora'' is a genus of obligately aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast bacteria belonging to the family of Micromonosporaceae. They are heterotrophic, non-motile, and obligately grow under high osmotic/ ionic-strength conditions. They are the first identified genus of gram-positive bacteria which has a high osmotic/ionic-strength requirement for survival. They are widely abundant in tropical marine sediments and were first identified in 2002. This genus of bacteria has potential biotechnological significance due to their production of novel secondary metabolites which can be used pharmaceutically. There are nine known species that fall within the genus of ''Salinispora'' including the better studied '' S. arenicola'', '' S. tropica'', and '' S. pacifica.'' The clade that initially comprised only ''S. pacifica'' was further interrogated through comparative genomic analyses in 2020 to reveal six additional species. The differentiation of these species is likely the resul ...
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Salinispora Tropica
''Salinispora tropica'' is an obligate marine actinomycete bacterium species. It produces salinosporamide A and salinosporamide B, potential anti-cancer agents, as well as the polycyclic macrolides The Macrolides are a class of natural products that consist of a large macrocyclic lactone ring to which one or more deoxy sugars, usually cladinose and desosamine, may be attached. The lactone rings are usually 14-, 15-, or 16-membered. Macrol ... sporolide A and B. See also * '' Salinispora arenicola'' * '' Salinispora pacifica'' References Further reading * * * External links LPSN*WORMS entryType strain of ''Salinispora tropica'' at Bac''Dive'' - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase

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Salinispora Arenicola
''Salinispora arenicola'' is an obligate marine actinomycete bacterium species. It produces salinosporamide, a potential anti-cancer agent. See also * ''Salinispora tropica ''Salinispora tropica'' is an obligate marine actinomycete bacterium species. It produces salinosporamide A and salinosporamide B, potential anti-cancer agents, as well as the polycyclic macrolides The Macrolides are a class of natural pr ...'' * '' Salinispora pacifica'' References Further reading * * External links LPSNWORMS entryType strain of ''Salinispora arenicola'' at Bac''Dive'' - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase

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Salinispora Pacifica
''Salinispora pacifica'' is an obligate marine actinomycetes bacterium species in the genus ''Salinispora''. See also * ''Salinispora tropica'' * ''Salinispora arenicola ''Salinispora arenicola'' is an obligate marine actinomycete bacterium species. It produces salinosporamide, a potential anti-cancer agent. See also * ''Salinispora tropica ''Salinispora tropica'' is an obligate marine actinomycete bacteri ...'' References External linksType strain of ''Salinispora pacifica'' at Bac''Dive'' - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase {{Taxonbar, from=Q24993759 Micromonosporaceae Marine microorganisms ...
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Micromonosporaceae
Micromonosporaceae is a family of bacteria of the class ''Actinomycetia''. They are gram-positive, spore-forming soil organisms that form a true mycelium. Genera Micromonosporaceae comprises the following genera: * '' Actinocatenispora'' Thawai et al. 2006 * '' Actinoplanes'' Couch 1950 (Approved Lists 1980) * '' Actinorhabdospora'' Mingma et al. 2016 * '' Allocatelliglobosispora'' Lee and Lee 2011 * '' Allorhizocola'' Sun et al. 2019 * '' Asanoa'' Lee and Hah 2002 * '' Catellatospora'' Asano and Kawamoto 1986 * '' Catelliglobosispora'' Ara et al. 2008 * '' Catenuloplanes'' Yokota et al. 1993 * '' Couchioplanes'' Tamura et al. 1994 * '' Dactylosporangium'' Thiemann et al. 1967 (Approved Lists 1980) * '' Hamadaea'' Ara et al. 2008 * '' Krasilnikovia'' Ara and Kudo 2007 * '' Longispora'' Matsumoto et al. 2003 * '' Luedemannella'' Ara and Kudo 2007 * '' Mangrovihabitans'' Liu et al. 2017 * ''Micromonospora'' ├śrskov 1923 (Approved Lists 1980) * "'' Natronosporangium''" Soroki ...
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Antioxidant
Antioxidants are compounds that inhibit oxidation, a chemical reaction that can produce free radicals. This can lead to polymerization and other chain reactions. They are frequently added to industrial products, such as fuels and lubricants, to prevent oxidation, and to foods to prevent spoilage, in particular the rancidification of oils and fats. In cells, antioxidants such as glutathione, mycothiol or bacillithiol, and enzyme systems like superoxide dismutase, can prevent damage from oxidative stress. The only dietary antioxidants are vitamins A, C, and E, but the term ''antioxidant'' has also been applied to numerous other dietary compounds that only have antioxidant properties in vitro, with little evidence for antioxidant properties in vivo. Dietary supplements marketed as antioxidants have not been shown to maintain health or prevent disease in humans. History As part of their adaptation from marine life, terrestrial plants began producing non-marine antiox ...
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Asthma
Asthma is a long-term inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs. It is characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction, and easily triggered bronchospasms. Symptoms include episodes of wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. These may occur a few times a day or a few times per week. Depending on the person, asthma symptoms may become worse at night or with exercise. Asthma is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Environmental factors include exposure to air pollution and allergens. Other potential triggers include medications such as aspirin and beta blockers. Diagnosis is usually based on the pattern of symptoms, response to therapy over time, and spirometry lung function testing. Asthma is classified according to the frequency of symptoms, forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), and peak expiratory flow rate. It may also be classified as atopic or non-atopic, ...
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