Ancient Organisms


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CANO, RAUL, J. , BORUCKI, MONICA, K.

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The recovery of live ancient bacteria, fungi and other biological material from various sources fossilized in amber or related resins is described. Several ancient bacterial strains have been classified as related to various species of the modern genus Bacillus, for example, based upon their morphological and biochemical characteristics, and enzymatic activity profiles. Although some of the characteristics of the ancient organisms correlate well with their modern counterparts, several differences have been observed. In addition, several of the ancient organisms described herein exhibit potent antimicrobial activities against modern bacterial and fungal pathogens which attack animals and plants. Various uses for these ancient organisms are envisioned, including their use in agriculture, industrial processes, bioremediation, diagnostic and disease treatment. More... »

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