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Researchers Genetically Engineer Micro-organisms Into Tiny Factories


September 18, 2007

engineering graphic Micro-organisms may soon be efficiently and inexpensively producing novel pharmaceutical compounds, such as flavonoids, that fight aging, cancer or obesity, as well as high-value chemicals, as the result of research being conducted by University at Buffalo researchers. Full Story

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