An unusual enzyme containing clusters of tungsten and molybdenum appears to play a key role in allowing primitive microorganisms to thrive in the hot, suphurous waters of seafloor vents.
"Enzyme helps microorganism thrive in heat," Science News, Mar. 11, 1995, p. 150.
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