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Rudolph, C., Wanner, G., Huber, R.: Natural communities of novel archaea and bacteria growing in cold sulfidic springs with a “string of pearls”-like morphology. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 67, 2336-2344 (2001)



Moissl, C., Rudolph, C., Huber, R.: Natural communities of novel archaea and bacteria with a string of pearls-like morphology: molecular analysis of the bacterial partners. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 68, 933-937 (2002)



Moissl, C., Rudolph, C., Rachel, R., Koch, M., Huber, R.: In situ growth of the novel SM1 euryarchaeon from a string-of-pearls-like microbial community in its cold biotope, its physical separation and insights into its structure and physiology. Arch. Microbiol. 180, 211-217 (2003)



Moissl, C., Rachel, R., Briegel, A., Engelhardt, H., Huber, R.: The unique structure of archaeal “hami”, highly complex cell appendages with nano-grappling hooks. Mol. Microbiol. 56, 361-370 (2005)



Moissl, C., Briegel, A., Engelhardt, H., Huber, R.: Enterhaken und Stacheldraht: Verblüffende Strukturen aus der archaeellen Nano-Welt. BIOspektrum 6, 732-733 (2005)



Henneberger, R., Moissl, C., Amann, T., Rudolph, C, Huber, R.: New insights in the lifestyle of the cold-loving SM1 euryarchaeon: natural growth as a monospecies biofilm in the subsurface. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72, 192-199 (2006)



Koch, M., Rudolph, C., Moissl, C., Huber, R.: A cold-loving crenarchaeon is a substantial part of a novel microbial community in cold sulfidic marsh water. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 57, 55-66 (2006)



Moissl-Eichinger, C., Henneberger, R., Huber, R.: SM1: A cold-loving archaeon with powerful nano-grappling hooks. pp. 77-87. In: Extremophiles: Microbiology and Biotechnology. Anitori, R.P. (ed.). Caister Academic Press, Norfolk, UK (2011)


Small things considered: Archaeal Ninjas