On a Laundry Shelf Near You | GenomeWeb

Ingredients made using synthetic biology methods are beginning to appear in laundry detergents, other soaps, and skin care lines, the New York Times reports. But, it adds, some consumer and environmental groups are pushing against the use of ingredients made using genetically modified organisms.

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