Synthetic e. coli could build a better biofuel: study

December 8th, 2008 in Biology /
A gas station attendant fills up a car
A gas station attendant fills up a car. US researcher have engineered a synthetic version of the common e. coli bacteria that could help build a better biofuel, according to a study published Monday.


A gas station attendant fills up a car. US researcher have engineered a synthetic version of the common e. coli bacteria that could help build a better biofuel, according to a study published Monday.

US researcher have engineered a synthetic version of the common e. coli bacteria that could help build a better biofuel, according to a study published Monday.



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