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Window Into Ancient Ocean Provided by Modern Microbes

News   Jan 07, 2021 | Original story from University of Colorado Boulder

 
Window Into Ancient Ocean Provided by Modern Microbes

Two cyanobacteria cells divide under the microscope. The cell on the left carries carboxysomes, small compartments that concentrate carbon dioxide molecules and certain enzymes (in green), while the cell on the right is genetically-engineered to lack these structures. Credit: Nicholas C. Hill and Jeffrey C. Cameron.

 
 
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