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Manuel Sánchez


I also dedicated a comment on this subject in my blog. (http://curiosidadesdelamicrobiologia.blogspot.com/).Talking about bioremediation in radioactively contaminated sites I also remember a paper dealing with the introduction of toluene degradation genes in the chromosome of Deinococcus radiodurans. So it seems that is possible to create a kind of "bug pack" to deal with radioactive industrial effluent.


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