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Genetic engineering the answer for bloodbanks?

  November, 10 2000 11:01
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Genetically engineered hemoglobin brings arteficial blood a step closer

Using genetic engineering techniques, researchers have created artificial hemoglobin that could be used in a blood substitute to help solve perennial blood bank shortages. The achievement is reported in the November 21 issue of Biochemistry, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society.
National Institutes of Health; American Heart Association

Beverly Hassell
American Chemical Society

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