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+ - Followup to the controversial arsenic bacteria pap->

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An anonymous reader writes "A team of researchers reports they can't reproduce the most important claim from 2010's controversial "arsenic bacteria" paper-- they find no arsenic in the bug's DNA. Meanwhile, other scientists are looking at different aspects of the bug and at arsenic in biology in general."
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Followup to the controversial arsenic bacteria pap

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