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‘Ebola of plants’: Can gene sequencing save tropical food staple cassava from whitefly-borne virus?

CNN | 
Almost a billion people around the world rely on cassava as a staple food. The root vegetable is a versatile ...

Lethal pufferfish genes could transform human dentistry

Metro News | 
Human teeth can be engineered to regenerate, thanks to the world’s most poisonous fish. British scientists have been studying the ...
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