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    Jogler, C.; Niebler, M.; Lin, W.; Kube, M.; Wanner, G.; Kolinko, S.; Stief, P.; Beck, A. J.; De Beer, D.; Petersen, N. et al.; Pan, Y.; Amann, R.; Reinhardt, R.; Schüler, D.: Cultivation-independent characterization of ‘Candidatus Magnetobacterium bavaricum’ via ultrastructural, geochemical, ecological and metagenomic methods. Environmental Microbiology 12 (9), pp. 2466 - 2478 (2010)
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    Jogler, C.; Lin, W.; Meyerdierks, A.; Kube, M.; Katzmann, E.; Flies, C.; Pan, Y.; Amann, R.; Reinhard, R.; Schüler, D.: Toward Cloning of the Magnetotactic Metagenome: Identification of Magnetosome Island Gene Clusters in Uncultivated Magnetotactic Bacteria from Different Aquatic Sediments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75 (12), pp. 3972 - 3979 (2009)
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    Jogler, C.; Kube, M.; Schübbe, S.; Ullrich, S.; Teeling, H.; Bazylinski, D. A.; Reinhardt, R.; Schüler, D.: Comparative analysis of magnetosome gene clusters in magnetotactic bacteria provides further evidence for horizontal gene transfer. Environmental Microbiology 11 (5), pp. 1267 - 1277 (2009)
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    Richter, M.; Kube, M.; Bazylinski, D. A.; Lombardot, T.; Glöckner, F. O.; Reinhardt, R.; Schüler, D.: Comparative Genome Analysis of Four Magnetotactic Bacteria Reveals a Complex Set of Group-Specific Genes Implicated in Magnetosome Biomineralization and Function. Journal of Bacteriology: JB 189 (13), pp. 4899 - 4910 (2007)
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    Ullrich, S.; Kube, M.; Schuebbe, S.; Reinhardt, R.; Schueler, D.: A hypervariable 130-kilobase genomic region of Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense comprises a magnetosome island which undergoes frequent rearrangements during stationary growth. Journal of Bacteriology 187 (2), pp. 7176 - 7144 (2005)
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    Schubbe, S.; Kube, M.; Scheffel, A.; Wawer, C.; Heyen, U.; Meyerdierks, A.; Madkour, M. H.; Mayer, F.; Reinhardt, R.; Schuler, D.: Characterization of a spontaneous nonmagnetic mutant of Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense reveals a large deletion comprising a putative magnetosome island. Journal of Bacteriology 185 (19), pp. 5779 - 5790 (2003)
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