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Red Yeast From Deep-Sea Sediment Shows Anticancer and Antibacterial Properties

News   Jan 21, 2021 | Original story from the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research

 
Red Yeast From Deep-Sea Sediment Shows Anticancer and Antibacterial Properties

Pure culture of the red yeast Rhodotorula mucilaginosa isolated from deep-sea sediment samples of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Credit: L. Büdenbender, GEOMAR.

 
 
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