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Addison V. Wrightjoined in Jan 14, 2019
PhD student at University of California, Berkeley, MCB.
Wright has 1 break published.
Keeping CRISPR under control: how bacteria fight viruses without harming themselves
Bacteria are in a constant struggle with the viruses that infect them. While we often think of bacteria as agents of infection, bacteria are in turn infected by viruses, called phage. The phage that infect bacteria and archaea are the most abundant class of organism... click to read more
- Addison V. Wright | PhD student at University of California, Berkeley, MCB
Reading time 4 min
published on Jan 14, 2019
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