Researchers Complete Sequencing Unique Agrobacterium | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 22 – Researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine earlier this week announced that they have finished sequencing and annotating  Agrobacterium tumefaciens , a bacterium with a unique ability to insert genetic material into other organisms.

The project, partially funded by a National Science Foundation grant, also includes investigators from DuPont and the University of Campinas in Brazil.

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