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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Anti-malaria drug produced from tobacco plants.

Israeli researchers have genetically engineered tobacco plants to produce the anti-malaria drug, Artemisinin. The scientists say their research could widen the drug's availability to
treat a disease that, in Africa alone, kills hundreds of thousands children annually.



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