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The world's waters are teeming with microorganisms, but what, exactly, are they all? What do they do?

Moreover, as the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences' Ramunas Stepanauskas considered at the US Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute's 7th annual User Meeting, "what if every cell is different?"

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