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    250-Million-Year-Old Bacillus permians Halobacteria Revived
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Sunday, October 22, 2000 (2 comments)


    Russell Vreeland, and colleagues from West Chester University in Pennsylvania, reported on October 18 that they had revived Bacillus permians halobacteria from a cavern in New Mexico. The halobacteria ("salt bacteria") were found preserved in sodium chloride crystals, thought to be 250 million years old.

    Full story at Yahoo/Reuters:[...].html

    BBC News:[...]4.stm

    The findings are also published in Nature.

    BI.O News report on the genome sequencing of the NRC-1 halobacterium:[...]d=258

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    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Thursday, April 19, 2001
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, May 27, 2002
    What is the everyday name for Bacillus Permians? If Bacillus Permians is the regular name, then what is the scientific name?
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