Maxygen s Genome Shuffling Slashes Time Required to Breed Bacteria | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 8 - Maxygen scientists have applied the company's genome-shuffling technique to speed the evolution of a commercially valuable bacteria, quickly creating a genetic variant that can produce large amounts of antibiotic, according to recently published research.


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