Antarctic microbes point to DNA survivability

08/6/2007 | NYTimes.com

Researchers working with ancient microorganisms taken from Antarctic ice are learning about the survival limits of DNA. The work aids understanding of the limits of life on Earth under different conditions and possibly on other planets.

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