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CAD for RNA


December 22, 2011

CAD-type tools for engineering RNA components Joint BioEnergy Institute researchers have developed computer-assisted, design-type tools for engineering RNA components to control genetic expression in microbes. This holds enormous potential for microbial-based production of advanced biofuels, biodegradable plastics, therapeutic drugs and a host of other goods now derived from petrochemicals. Full Story

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DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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