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What's The World's Simplest Bacteria Worth? (Forbes)

 
  May, 7 2002 15:54
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Diversa, a California-based biotech company, has sequenced the small-genome bacteria, Nanoarchea.

Full story can be found in the Forbes, May 6, 2002.


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