A Korarchaeote yields to genome sequencing.

@article{Nealson2008AKY,
  title={A Korarchaeote yields to genome sequencing.},
  author={Kenneth H Nealson},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2008},
  volume={105 26},
  pages={
          8805-6
        }
}
Archaea have always been hard to study. The cultured instances of that group tend be from environments that to us seem atrocious, with high temperatures, and hypersaline and anoxic conditions. Molecular studies of environmental gene sequences have taught us that these organisms are all around us, but they almost never can be cultured. Reading the article by Elkins et al. (1) in a recent issue of PNAS, I was reminded that the Archaea have been causing problems since they were recognized by Carl… CONTINUE READING
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