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Bacterial Noses Need NarQ's

News   May 22, 2017 | Original Article from MIPT, Russia

 
Scientists Investigate Bacterial Sense of Smell

From left to right: Valentin Borshchevskiy, Ivan Gushchin and Pavel Buslaev from the MIPT’s Research center for molecular mechanisms of aging and age-related diseases. MIPT, Russia

 
 
 

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