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Press Release 09-069
"Two-handed" Marine Microbes Point to New Method for Isolating Harmful Forms of Chemicals

Major impact envisioned for pharmaceutical, food, agriculture industries

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Photo of a microfluidic device used to discover new information about marine bacteria.

This microfluidic device was used to discover new information about marine bacteria.

Credit: Roman Stocker, MIT


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Photo of microfluidic research set-up used to conduct experiments on marine bacteria.

Experiments on marine bacteria have been conducted using this microfluidic research set-up.

Credit: Marcos, MIT


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Image of the bacterium Leptospira biflexa.

The bacterium Leptospira biflexa has new information for pharmaceutical, other industries.

Credit: Hongchul Jang and Marcos, MIT


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