Of particular interest in this paper is Table 2 which lists a number of archaeal CRISPR sequences.
2. On-line resources for bacterial micro-evolution studies using MLVA or CRISPR typing
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The above paper tries to characterize the genera within the Halobacteriaceae family. The abstract is as follows:
"The family Halobacteriaceae currently contains 96 species whose names have been validly published, classified in 27 genera (as of September 2008). In recent years, many novel species have been added to the established genera but, in many cases, one or more properties of the novel species do not agree with the published descriptions of the genera. Authors have often failed to provide emended genus descriptions when necessary. Following discussions of the International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes Subcommittee on the Taxonomy of Halobacteriaceae, we here propose emended descriptions of the genera Halobacterium, Haloarcula, Halococcus, Haloferax, Halorubrum, Haloterrigena, Natrialba, Halobiforma and Natronorubrum."