His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Microbiology, Halobacteriales, Archaeal Viruses and Archaea. His work in Haloferax volcanii, Gene, Halobacterium, Natrialba and DNA gyrase are all subfields of Genetics research. Michael L. Dyall-Smith interconnects Ribosomal RNA, Transformation and Haloquadratum in the investigation of issues within Microbiology.
His studies in Archaeal Viruses integrate themes in fields like Host and Haloarcula. Michael L. Dyall-Smith works in the field of Archaea, namely Haloarchaea. His work carried out in the field of Genome brings together such families of science as Virus, Peptide sequence and DNA.
Michael L. Dyall-Smith mainly investigates Genetics, Gene, Microbiology, Genome and Virology. His is doing research in Nucleic acid sequence, Plasmid, Haloferax, Haloferax volcanii and Virus, both of which are found in Genetics. His research in Gene tackles topics such as Molecular biology which are related to areas like Peptide sequence.
His research integrates issues of Halophile, Haloarchaea, Archaea and 16S ribosomal RNA in his study of Microbiology. His Genome research integrates issues from ORFS and Haloarcula. His Virology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Epitope and Glycoprotein.
Michael L. Dyall-Smith spends much of his time researching Genetics, Gene, Whole genome sequencing, Genome and Plasmid. His research related to Haloferax, Halobacterium salinarum, Virus, Gene expression and Transposable element might be considered part of Genetics. His Haloferax study combines topics in areas such as Host, Haloferax volcanii, Archaeal Viruses and Strain.
His Genome study which covers Nucleic acid sequence that intersects with Gene Annotation, Intergenic region and Direct repeat. The various areas that Michael L. Dyall-Smith examines in his Plasmid study include Salmonella enterica and Microbiology. His work in Comparative genomics addresses subjects such as Computational biology, which are connected to disciplines such as Archaea.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Plasmid, Halobacterium salinarum, Genetics, Whole genome sequencing and Gene. His work deals with themes such as Salmonella enterica and Microbiology, which intersect with Plasmid. His Microbiology research includes themes of Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica and Virulence.
His research in Halobacterium salinarum intersects with topics in Sequence identity, Type and Chromosome. His study in Genome and Nucleic acid sequence falls within the category of Gene. His studies deal with areas such as Tetracycline and 16S ribosomal RNA as well as Mobile genetic elements.
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Location of the major antigenic sites involved in rotavirus serotype-specific neutralization.
Michael L. Dyall-Smith;Ieva Lazdins;Geoffrey W. Tregear;Ian H. Holmes.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1986)
Combined use of cultivation-dependent and cultivation-independent methods indicates that members of most haloarchaeal groups in an Australian crystallizer pond are cultivable.
D. G. Burns;H. M. Camakaris;P. H. Janssen;M. L. Dyall-Smith.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2004)
Haloquadratum walsbyi gen. nov., sp. nov., the square haloarchaeon of Walsby, isolated from saltern crystallizers in Australia and Spain
David G. Burns;Peter H. Janssen;Takashi Itoh;Masahiro Kamekura.
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology (2007)
Diversity of alkaliphilic halobacteria: proposals for transfer of Natronobacterium vacuolatum, Natronobacterium magadii, and Natronobacterium pharaonis to Halorubrum, Natrialba, and Natronomonas gen. nov., respectively, as Halorubrum vacuolatum comb. nov., Natrialba magadii comb. nov., and Natronomonas pharaonis comb. nov., respectively.
Masahiro Kamekura;Michael L. Dyall-Smith;Vivek Upasani;Antonio Ventosa.
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology (1997)
His1 and His2 are distantly related, spindle-shaped haloviruses belonging to the novel virus group, Salterprovirus.
Carolyn Bath;Tania Cukalac;Kate Porter;Michael L. Dyall-Smith.
An Archaeal Immune System Can Detect Multiple Protospacer Adjacent Motifs (PAMs) to Target Invader DNA
Susan Fischer;Lisa-Katharina Maier;Britta Stoll;Jutta Brendel.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2012)
TAXONOMY OF THE FAMILY HALOBACTERIACEAE AND THE DESCRIPTION OF TWO NEW GENERA HALORUBROBACTERIUM AND NATRIALBA
Masahiro Kamekura;Michael L. Dyall-Smith.
Journal of General and Applied Microbiology (1995)
Mutations in DNA gyrase result in novobiocin resistance in halophilic archaebacteria.
M L Holmes;M L Dyall-Smith.
Journal of Bacteriology (1991)
Cultivation of Walsby's square haloarchaeon.
David G. Burns;Helen M. Camakaris;Peter H. Janssen;Mike L. Dyall-Smith.
Fems Microbiology Letters (2004)
Construction and use of halobacterial shuttle vectors and further studies on Haloferax DNA gyrase.
M L Holmes;S D Nuttall;M L Dyall-Smith.
Journal of Bacteriology (1991)
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