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Center for Environmental Genomics

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Center for Environmental Genomics, University of Washington, 616 NE Northlake Place, Seattle, WA 98195
616 Northeast Northlake Place Seattle Washington 98105 US

Marine Bacteria and Archaea play critical roles in global nutrient cycles by incorporating and redistributing dissolved organic matter and inorganic nutrients in the oceans. Most of these marine microorganisms have not been cultured, so it is difficult to directly link organisms with the processes they mediate. We addresses this challenge using novel cultivation, genomic, and proteomic approaches to study the ecology of Bacteria and Archaea in the oceans.

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