Feb 29, 2024

Radio waves reprogram bacteria to become vital drugs with 91% efficacy

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

Researchers from Australia and a private biotechnology firm in the US have successfully demonstrated the use of high-frequency radio waves to temporarily open up bacterial cell walls to introduce new genetic material into them.

High frequency radio waves are a far efficient method to add DNA to bacterial cells than conventional approaches such as heat shock.

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