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Unique properties of highly radioresistant bacteria



Unique properties of highly radioresistant bacteria



Mikrobiologichnii Zhurnal 62(1): 40-63



Radioresistant bacteria, their most dynamic model of a given ecosystem, and mechanisms which provide resistance of bacteria to ionizing radiation, are reviewed. Published data show that radioresistant bacteria are not interrelated taxonomically and phylogenetically. The extreme radioresistant bacteria are represented by the Deinococcus species, which form a group phylogenetically close to the line Thermus-Meiothermus.

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