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Stories by Gerald Cohen

The Microbiological Production of Pharmaceuticals

The introduction of penicillin opened up a new era in medicine. Now microorganisms manufacture not only a host of other antibiotics but also vitamins, hormones, alkaloids, antitumor drugs and interferons...

September 1, 1981 — Gerald Cohen and Yair Aharonowitz
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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine