The latest edition of the JGI Progress Report highlights notable research and scientific collaborations in 2018. The cover is an image of Mono Lake, a saline soda lake east of California’s Yosemite National Park, taken by JGI’s own Jon Bertsch. Microbes isolated from Mono Lake were sequenced by the JGI (isolates here, here and here), and the data has been used to better understand arsenic mobility and to better understand their roles in the global sulfur cycle.
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