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S everal archaea make a living by converting carbon dioxide and dihydrogen to methane, a process called methanogenesis that has a direct impact on the global methane cycle (1, 2). However, the electrons obtained from H 2 oxidation are not energetic enough to reduce CO 2 in the first step of methanogenesis. Some methanogenic archaea solve this problem by… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.aao2439


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