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- ‘Whereas the class I enzyme is widely distributed in eukaryotes and eubacteria and is also found in one archaebacterium, class II enzymes seem to be restricted to archaebacterial species.’
- ‘They have also displayed antitumor activity and have been found to be the major lipid of archaebacterial membranes.’
- ‘These primitive microorganisms, members of the archaebacterial kingdom, may be very similar to the earliest life forms on Earth.’
- ‘The latter is highly conserved across many bacterial and archaebacterial species.’
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