We just published this article about controlling nanorobots to move cargoes around inside cells.
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There is a popular theory that some interior structures of the bacterial cell were once separate organisms which came to live within the bacterial cell in a symbiotic relationship.
- The case is strongest for mitochondria and chloroplasts, which have their own DNA
- It's not quite so clear for other organelles like ribosomes, which have no DNA, but do contain structural RNA
But the Desulforudis bacterium was found in a deep gold mine
Not being comical, but "who's Ralph"?
i came across a simple one involving CaCO3. What are the steps for this procedure and how does it chemically work?
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