4) * Genome sequence of the microorganism Methanococcus jannaschii confirms that there is a third main branch of life on Earth.
What does MJA stand for?
MJA stands for Methanococcus Jannaschii
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We have 31 other meanings of MJA in our Acronym Attic
- Mucho Joviality
- Municipal Journal
- Megajoules per Hour
- Meter Joule Per Hour
- Majestic 12 (Deus Ex game)
- Motion JPEG 2000
- Maatschappelijke Jongeren Actie (Dutch: Social Youth Action; Brussels, Belgium)
- Marsden Jacob Associates (Australia)
- Master of Justice Administration (Methodist University and Norwich University)
- Medical Journal of Australia
- Microjet Array
- Modern Jesus Army
- Messianic Jewish Alliance of America
- Missouri Junior Angus Association (Lathrop, MO)
- Monte Jade Asian American (professional network)
- Maryland Justice Analysis Center (est. 1985; University of Maryland; College Park, MD)
- Messianic Jewish Alliance of Canada (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Michael Jackson Art Club (website)
- Michigan Jewish AIDS Coalition (est. 1991)
- Machado-Joseph-Azorean Disease
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For example, Methanococcus jannaschii produces a specific restriction endonuclease found to be useful in cleavage of small single-stranded DNA "flaps.
1997) Methanococcus jannaschii chromosome (Bult et al.
Last summer, researchers sequenced the entire genome of Methanococcus jannaschii, a methane-generating species of archaea living on the ocean floor (SN: 8/24/96, p.
The single-celled microorganism Methanococcus jannaschii made headlines last month when scientists announced that they had fully sequenced its genes (SN: 8/24/96, p.
This week, scientists announced that they have finished sequencing all the genes of the deep-sea microbe, a crucial step in comprehending how the unusual microorganisms, known as Methanococcus jannaschii, flourish without using sunlight, oxygen, or any surrounding organic material.