Edited By: Frank Robb, Garo Antranikian, Arnold Driessen and Dennis Grogan
Thermophiles contain enzymes that can function at temperatures approaching the upper temperature limit for life and therefore can be of great interest to researchers in molecular biology, biochemistry, structural biology, biotechnology, bioremediation, structural genomics, industrial microbiology, and exobiology. Written by team of internationally renowned experts, this text provides a comprehensive review of the most recent literature in the thermophile field. Discussion includes the molecular basis of molecular thermostability, metabolism and energetics, technological importance and applications, and genetic manipulation.
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