Bacterial Genomes Found to Contain Hidden Pharmaceutical Treasure

News   Apr 12, 2017 | Original story from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 
Mining the Bacterial Genome for Drugs with CRISPR

Pictured, clockwise from back middle: graduate student Behnam Enghiad, postdoctoral researcher Shangwen Luo, graduate student Tajie Luo and professor Huimin Zhao. Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

 
 
 

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