L-Form Bacteria and Somatic Associations with Eucaryotes
Within the context of a Workshop concerned With aspects of the environmental releases of genetically engineered organisms it is appropriate to consider the implications of an alternative means of “engineering” Whereby desired expressions are obtained by creating stable somatic associations and hence avoiding actual genetic manipulation.
KeywordsRisk Assessment Environmental Release Osmotic Status Acceptable Environment Apply Bacteriology
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