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Contact: Lynn Yarris
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DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Jay Keasling, DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Caption: Jay Keasling, at the AAAS 2009 Annual Meeting, explained how synthetic biology can help prevent the malaria parasite from developing resistance to artemisinin, today's most powerful anti-malaria drug.

Credit: Lynn Yarris, Berkeley Lab, Public Affairs

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