NEW YORK, March 4 (GenomeWeb News) -   Researchers from the Institute for Biological Energy Alternatives have used whole-genome shotgun sequencing to identify at least 1,800 new species and more than 1.2 million new genes from the Sargasso Sea, IBEA said today.

 

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