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July 25, 2007   The following article was published online today:

Recombinant production and biochemical characterization of a hyperthermostable α-glucan/maltodextrin phosphorylase from Pyrococcus furiosus
RAHMAN M. MIZANUR, AMANDA K. K. GRIFFIN and NICOLA L. POHL

April 3, 2007   Norman Pace's review of two new books about the Archaea was published here today.

Archaea Evolution Conference, November 34, 2007
The Institute for Genomic Biology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the discovery of the Archaea

For information about invited speakers, registration, programs, accommodation, etc., please see the conference Web site.

March 20, 2006   To speed the processing of manuscripts, authors are invited to submit papers online via the Archaea Submissions Page (http://www.celeritas.org/archaea). Manuscripts for online submission should comprise a single file in PDF format, complete with text, tables, figures and captions. For additional information, including directions on converting your manuscript to PDF, please see the Author Guide.

March 7, 2007   Articles accepted for publication in the remaining issues of Archaea Volume 2 will be made freely available from the Archaea web site without charge to the author(s).

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Publication Schedule

Archaea The print edition of the first issue of Volume 2 was published on May 1, 2007. Articles for the issue in progress will be published online as soon as they are ready for the press.

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Editorial office Claire Wright,
Archaea, Heron Publishing, 202-3994 Shelbourne Street, Victoria, B.C. V8N 3E2, Canada. Phone 250 721 9921, fax 250 721 9924. E-mail.

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Taxonomy of the Archaea: NCBI Taxonomy Browser

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