永利皇宫官方网站:Drugs and rubber

 作者:葛郭     |      日期:2019-03-07 04:18:01
Genetically modified rubber plants have made human proteins for the first time, offering a cheap way of harvesting proteins used in drugs and industry. “It’s a living bioreactor, and we’re getting continuous production simply by tapping it for milk,” says Hoong-Yeet Yeang of the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. A gene in Yeang’s rubber trees produces human serum albumin, a nutrient given to patients on drips in intensive care. Yeang says the yield is high enough to make proteins very cheaply,