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A collaborative paper published by the Pringle and Keller labs, led by newly independent scientist Mickey Drott, establishes each death cap mushroom as having its own unique suite of toxin genes.
Maeda Lab identifies key gene mutation that increases amino acid production and carbon dioxide consumption
If scientists could add a trait like this to crops or drug-producing plants, it could help them produce more chemicals naturally while reducing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
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