Bioinformatics.org
[NEU MS in Health Informatics]
Not logged in
  • Log in
  • Bioinformatics.org
    Membership (37765+) Group hosting [?]
  • Wiki
  • Franklin Award
  • Sponsorships
  • Careers
    About bioinformatics
    Bioinformatics training
    Bioinformatics jobs

    Research
    All information groups
    Online databases Online analysis tools Online education tools More tools

    Development
    All software groups
    FTP repository
    SVN & CVS repositories [?]
    Mailing lists

    Forums
    News & Commentary
  • Submit
  • Archives
  • Subscribe

  • Jobs Forum
    (Career Center)
  • Submit
  • Archives
  • Subscribe
  • News & Commentary - Message forums

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

    Submitter

    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:
    dailynews.yahoo.com/h/nm[...].html

    BBC News:
    news.bbc.co.uk/hi/e[...]4.stm

    The findings are also published in Nature.

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

    Expanded view | Monitor forum | Save place

    Message
    halobacteria
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Thursday, April 19, 2001
    references



    Post a followup to this message:
    You have to be logged in to post a reply.
    Thread view
    halobacteria
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Thursday, April 19, 2001
    references

     

    Copyright © 2016 · Scilico, LLC