By Karl-Erik Johansson, Bertil Pettersson (auth.), Shmuel Razin, Richard Herrmann (eds.)
was the results of the efforts of Robert Cleverdon. The swiftly constructing self-discipline of molecular biology and the speedily increasing wisdom of the PPLO have been introduced jointly at this assembly. as well as the PPLO experts, the convention invited Julius Marmur to match PPLO DNA to DNA of alternative organisms; David Garfinkel, who used to be one of many first to improve desktop types of metabolism; Cyrus Levinthal to discuss coding; and Henry Quastler to debate details thought constraints on very small cells. The convention was once a statement of the position of PPLO within the primary knowing of molecular biology. on reflection 40-some years to the Connecticut assembly, it was once a slightly daring firm. The assembly was once overseas and inter-disciplinary and commenced a sequence of vital collaborations with affects resonating all the way down to the current. If i could be allowed a private comment, it was once the place I first met Shmuel Razin, who has been a number one determine within the rising mycoplasma examine and a superb pal. This current quantity is in many ways the achievement of the promise of that early assembly. it's an instance of the collaborative paintings of scientists in development an realizing of basic elements of biology.
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Thus, 16S rRNA sequence similarity values are only indicative. 6. THE IMPACT OF WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING ON TAXONOMY AND PHYLOGENY In 1995 microbiology went into the new era of whole genome sequencing and today more than 50 whole microbial genome sequences (including M. genitalium21, M. pneumonia 33 , M. pulmonis6 and U. parvum25) are available. Note that the strain of U. parvum, which was used for genome sequencing, was earlier referred to as Ureaplasma urealyticum18,65. The sequence of the genome of M.
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