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Mining for anti-infectious Molecules from Genomes

The Mining for anti-infectious Molecules from Genomes theme identifies undiscovered microbial sources with medical potential for new antibiotics and other beneficial drugs and investigates the use of antibody-based strategies against avian influenza.

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