Cells Reprogrammed to Make Synthetic Polymers; Also Making Them Resistant to Viruses

Scientists have developed the first cells that can construct artificial polymers from building blocks that are not found in nature, by following instructions the researchers encoded in their genes. The study also found the synthetic genome made the bacteria entirely resistant to infection by viruses.

Have glance on the few more topics, which we are going discuss at Euro-Global Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering (ECBB 2021), September 06, 2021 to September 08, 2021 | Virtual.

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