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Researchers Unlock ”Cellular Messaging” Secrets

Scientists at Princeton University are unlocking secrets on how to get collections of cells to act as small bio-computers. Princeton researchers have found a way to "program" E.coli bacteria to send color-coded messages back and forth to each other in what scientists say could be the next big step in being able to guide stem cells or transmit instructions for repairing body tissues or organs.

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