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Engineered Crops Could Produce Low Cost Medicines and Industrial Proteins

09:00 EDT 9 Jul 2019 | Genetic Engineering News

Field trials by a Cornell University-led team suggest that transgenic tobacco plants could represent a more cost-effect approach for producing pharmaceutical and industrial proteins at the commercial scale than current cell-based methods.

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