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Mayo Clinic Zooms In On Nanobacteria

Mayo Clinic researchers have successfully isolated nanoparticles from human kidney stones in cell cultures and have isolated proteins, RNA and DNA that appear to be associated with the nanoparticles. Reporting in the Journal of Investigative Medicine, the researchers say the findings could lead to solving the mystery of whether nanoparticles are viable living forms that […]

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Nano-Critters Found In Mine Sludge

Jill Banfield, a scientist at the University of California, Berkeley, has been poking around in disused mines for more than 10 years, studying the microbes that inhabit these dark environs. Now, together with co-researcher Brett Baker, Banfield has discovered three new nano-sized microbes living amidst the more commonplace bacteria of the mine’s interior. All three […]

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