Nanobacterium sanguineum

Nanobacterium sanguineum

A prokaryote name with no current standing in prokaryotic nomenclature.
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Nanobacterium sanguineum (nanobacteria) is the smallest self-replicating organism ever detected -- at 50 to 500 billionths of a meter, 1/100th the size of the smallest previously known bacteria.
Nanobacterium sanguineum (nanobacteria) is the smallest self-replicating organism ever detected - at 50 to 500 billionths of a meter, 1/1000th the size of the smallest previously known bacteria.
is dedicated to improving people's health through the detection and treatment of Nanobacterium sanguineum (Nanobacteria).
a biolifescience company, is working to improve human health through the detection and eradication of Nanobacterium sanguineum (Nanobacteria), a novel pathogen implicated in the formation of disease-causing calcified plaque in the circulatory system and other vital organs.
DOCRO) to assist with the development, validation, including FDA clinical trials, and commercialization of NANOBAC's laboratory tests detecting the presence of, or exposure to, Nanobacterium sanguineum.