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Archaebacteria but instead was a chimera formed by fusion and integration of the genomes of an archaebacterium and a gram-negative bacterium. The available data indicate that the primary fusion event that gave rise to the ancestral eukaryotic cell was unique and that it was very probably distinct from (and preceded) the one that gave rise to mitochondria and hydrogenosomes. These results provide e

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