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Fine-Tuning the Bioproduction of Drugs

News   Apr 22, 2021 | Original story from Northwestern University

 
Fine-Tuning the Bioproduction of Drugs

Taxol, the anti-cancer drug, is produced naturally in the bark of Pacific Yew trees, which take 80 years to grow. Credit: National Cancer Institute

 
 
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