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Laupitz, R. and Hecht, S. and Amslinger, S. and Zepeck, F. and Kaiser, J. and Richter, G. and Schramek, N. and Steinbacher, S. and Huber, R. and Arigoni, D. and Bacher, A. and Eisenreich, W. and Rohdich, F. (2004) Biochemical characterization of Bacillus subtilis type II isopentenyl diphosphate isomerase, and phylogenetic distribution of isoprenoid biosynthesis pathways. Eur. J. Biochem. 271 (13), pp. 2658-2669.
Hoss, Tilman and Strunk, Christoph and Nussbaumer, Thomas and Huber, R. and Staufer, U. and Schonenberger, Christian (2000) Multiple Andreev reflection and giant excess noise in diffusive superconductor/normal-metal/superconductor junctions. Physical Review B (PRB) 62 (6), p. 4079.
Huber, R. and Dyba, D. and Huber, Harald and Burggraf, S. and Rachel, Reinhard (1998) Sulfur-inhibited Thermosphaera aggregans sp. nov., a new genus of hyperthermophilic archaea isolated after its prediction from environmentally derived 16S rRNA sequences. International journal of systematic bacteriology 48, pp. 31-38.
Huber, R. and Eder, W. and Heldwein, S. and Wanner, G. and Huber, Harald and Rachel, Reinhard and Stetter, Karl Otto (1998) Thermocrinis ruber gen. nov., sp. nov., A pink-filament-forming hyperthermophilic bacterium isolated from Yellowstone National Park. Applied and environmental microbiology 64 (10), pp. 3576-3583.
Huber, R. and Jannasch, H. and Rachel, Reinhard and Fuchs, T. and Stetter, Karl Otto (1997) Archaeoglobus veneficus sp. nov., a novel facultative chemolithoautotrophic hyperthermophilic sulfite reducer, isolated from abyssal black smokers. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 20, pp. 374-380.
Huber, R. and Roßnagel, P. and Woese, C.R. and Rachel, Reinhard and Langworthy, Thomas A. and Stetter, Karl Otto (1996) Formation of ammonium from nitrate during chemolithoautotrophic growth of the extremely thermophilic bacterium Ammonifex degensii gen. nov. sp. nov. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 19, pp. 40-49.
Macedo-Ribeiro, S. and Darimont, Beatrice and Sterner, Reinhard and Huber, R. (1996) Small structural changes account for the high thermostability of 1[4Fe-4S] ferredoxin from the hyperthermophilic bacterium Thermotoga maritima. Structure (London, England : 1993) 4 (11), pp. 1291-301.
Blöchl, E. and Burggraf, S. and Fiala, G. and Lauerer, G. and Huber, Gertrud and Huber, R. and Rachel, Reinhard and Segerer, A. and Stetter, Karl Otto and Völkl, P. (1995) Isolation, taxonomy and phylogeny of hyperthermophilic microorganisms. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 11, pp. 9-16.
Huber, R. and Stöhr, J. and Hohenhaus, S. and Rachel, Reinhard and Burggraf, S. and Jannasch, H.W. and Stetter, Karl Otto (1995) Thermococcus chitonophagus sp. nov., a novel, chitin-degrading hyperthermophilic archaeum from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent environment. Archives of Mikrobiology = Arch. Microbiol. 164 (6), pp. 255-264.
Völkl, P. and Huber, R. and Drobner, E. and Rachel, Reinhard and Burggraf, S. and Trincone, A. and Stetter, Karl Otto (1993) Pyrobaculum aerophilum sp. nov., a novel nitrate-reducing hyperthermophilic archaeum. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59, pp. 2918-2926.
Huber, R. and Wilharm, T. and Huber, D. and Trincone, A. and Burggraf, S. and König, H. and Rachel, Reinhard and Rockinger, I. and Fricke, H. and Stetter, Karl Otto (1992) Aquifex pyrophilus gen. nov. spec. nov., represents a novel group of marine hyperthermophilic hydrogen-oxidizing bacteria. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 15, pp. 340-351.
Rachel, Reinhard and Engel, A.M. and Huber, R. and Stetter, Karl Otto and Baumeister, W. (1990) A porin-type protein is the main constituent of the cell envelope of the ancestral eubacterium Thermotoga maritima. FEBS Letters 262 (1), pp. 64-68.
Stetter, Karl Otto and Fiala, G. and Huber, Gertrud and Huber, R. and Neuner, A. and Segerer, A. (1989) Hyperthermophilic Bacterial Communities within Terrestrial and Marine Hydrothermal Areas. In: Hattori, Tsutomu, (ed.) Recent advances in microbial ecology: proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME 5). Japan Scientific Societies Pr., Tokyo, pp. 51-54. ISBN 4-7622-3612-8.