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New Cell-To-Cell Communication Process Could Revolutionize Bioengineering 49 49

Zothecula writes "The internet has revolutionized global communications and now researchers at Stanford University are looking to provide a similar boost to bioengineering with a new process dubbed "Bi-Fi." The technology uses an innocuous virus called M13 to increase the complexity and amount of information that can be sent from cell to cell. The researchers say the Bi-Fi could help bio-engineers create complex, multicellular communities that work together to carry out important biological functions."
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New Cell-To-Cell Communication Process Could Revolutionize Bioengineering

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