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12,000 New Species of Microbes Discovered Whilst Cataloguing Earth's Microbiomes

News   Nov 12, 2020 | Original story from DOE Joint Genome Institute

 
12,000 New Species of Microbes Discovered Whilst Cataloguing Earth's Microbiomes

Artistic interpretation of how microbial genome sequences from the GEM catalog can help fill in gaps of knowledge about the microbes that play key roles in the Earth’s microbiomes. Credit: Zosia Rostomian​, Berkeley Lab.

 
 
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