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Virus Follows New Evolutionary Path

News   Apr 03, 2018 | Original Story from UC

 
Virus Follows New Evolutionary Path

UC San Diego biologists in Justin Meyer’s laboratory studied the lambda virus, which infects bacteria but not humans, through lab experiments that provided evidence for a new path of evolution. Credit: Meyer Lab

 
 
 

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