Sorting out the mix in microbial genomics

@article{Galperin2008SortingOT,
  title={Sorting out the mix in microbial genomics},
  author={Michael Y. Galperin},
  journal={Environmental Microbiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={3187 - 3192}
}
The relatively small number of microbial genomes completed in the past two months (Table 1) includes, however, representatives of two new bacterial phyla, Dictyoglomi and Nitrospirae. To highlight the first genome sequences from these poorly studied taxa, they have been placed in a new section at the top of Table 1. 

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